Police have arrested two men this morning, Friday 2 October, and seized Class A drugs following vehicle checks in Flintshire.
The two men, one aged 40 from Greenfield and the other aged 46 from Bagillt, were arrested after officers carried out stop checks on their vehicles and recovered an estimated 18kg of cocaine.
Both men remain in police custody for questioning.
The investigation was carried our by officers from the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit supported by North Wales Police and Cheshire Police.
Superintendent Sian Beck said:
“Keeping our communities safe remains our top priority.
"Together with our colleagues in North West ROCU and neighbouring forces, we will consistently target those who bring drugs into our communities from outside North Wales in line with the force policy of directly targeting serious and organised crime.
“We are determined to make North Wales the safest place in the UK and we will strive to make our communities safer and pass a strong message to these criminals that we will not tolerate it here.”