FOUR people have been arrested as North Wales Police crack down on County Lines.

The force has been conducting warrants and gathering intelligence to fight the issue of County Lines which is the supply of drugs into rural communities such as North Wales, from larger cities.

A spokesman for the South Flintshire policing team confirmed four people had been arrested in relation for the offences.

The spokesman for the force said on social media: "Positive stop by Mold SNT yesterday in the Mold area. Large quantities of believed class A drugs recovered, address searched and 4 suspects arrested in relation to county lines offences. PC Dean 3245 #proactive #CountyLines #HereForYou #NoDrugs #Mold."

Anyone with information or concerns about County Lines can contact North Wales Police on 101 or via the live webchat form.