Crack-cocaine and £4K cash found in vehicle on the A1

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A large quantity of cash and were recently found in a vehicle that was stopped on the A1 by the North Yorkshire .

A man, aged 36, was stopped by the Road Team travelling southbound on the A1 at at around 11.40am on Monday 17 February 2014

The vehicle had been reported stolen from the Derbyshire area.

During a search of the vehicle and the driver, officers found a quantity of what is believed to be crack-cocaine with a street value of £1,500 and around £4,000 in cash.

The man was arrested on suspicion of theft, possession of Class A with intent to supply and money laundering.

Following questioning he was released on bail as enquiries into the incident continue.

Operation Hawk was launched in July 2013, to protect the communities of North Yorkshire from the threat of travelling criminals coming into the county to commit .

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