Man in his 20s arrested after cannabis products found in Whittlesey store

Police carried out a warrant on a Whittlesey convenience store.

Police carried out a warrant on a Whittlesey convenience store after reports that cannabis edibles were being sold to school children. - Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

A man has been arrested after Cambridgeshire police received information cannabis products were being sold to school children. 

The neighbourhood policing team who cover Whittlesey carried out a warrant at a convenience store in Market Street, Whittlesey. 

The products are now being investigated by the labs.

The products are now being investigated by the labs. - Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

A man in his 20s was arrested this morning (April 21) on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class B drugs. 

He is currently in custody at Thorpe Wood Police Station. 

A hunting knife found in the store was voluntarily surrendered and will be destroyed.

A hunting knife found was surrendered and will be destroyed by Police.

A hunting knife found was surrendered and will be destroyed by Police. - Credit: Cambridgegeshire Police


Cambridgeshire Police said: "After receiving information that cannabis products and edibles were being sold to school children, our neighbourhood policing team who cover Whittlesey carried out a warrant at a convenience store in Market Street this morning, assisted by the nose of PD Dexter.

"Cannabis-based products have been seized and will be sent off to a lab for examination."