FOUR men were arrested on the M5 after a large quantity of Class A drugs was found.

A vehicle was stopped on the M5 just before 12pm on July 9 after information was shared by Merseyside Police.

The drugs that were recovered had an estimated street value of £25,000, West Mercia Police say.

The four men, aged 21, 25, 35 and 22, from the Liverpool area, were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply controlled drugs and are currently in police custody.

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Detective Inspector Jack Taylor said: “These arrests highlight how we work with other forces to target those who use our road networks for criminal activity.

"I want to reassure the public that we continue to work tirelessly to disrupt and stop the distribution of drugs both locally and nationally.

“We also continue to work closely with our local communities to listen to their concerns and act on their information.

"We are committed to tackling organised criminal activity to help keep people safe from harm.”