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70 people searched in drug operation
A two day drugs bust at Hastings and St Leonards train stations saw 70 people searched.
Passive drug dog Olly sniffed out the scent of drugs on people arriving by train into the two towns on February 28 and March 1.
The joint operation, code-named Harman, was done by Hastings police and British Transport Police.
Local PCSOs were on board the trains to explain what was happening to members of the public.
Of the 70 people stopped 14 were dealt with for possession of controlled substances, and were given street warnings for possession of cannabis or were fined.
Sergeant Simon Yates from Hastings neighbourhood policing team said: "Operation Harman was well executed and reinforces the message that drugs will not be tolerated on our streets.
"Due to its success we will be doing this again in the near future.
"Olly, the passive drug dog was fantastic and is an asset to the service."
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