40 kilos of cocaine found in Solihull van stop

Police have seized more than £2 million of Class A drugs and charged two men after stopping a van in Solihull.

We pulled over a suspicious vehicle in Homer Road, Solihull town centre, on Saturday afternoon (24 June) and found 40 kilos of cocaine.

Adrian-Constantin Tirnovan, aged 22, and George-Marius Tirnovan, 27, were arrested and since been charged with possession of drugs with intent to supply.

They were remanded to appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court today.

It comes as we’re now running Operation Target in a tough stance against a range of serious offences – from drug dealing and burglary, to cyber-crime and fraud.

Officers are using local intelligence, seizing goods, carrying out warrants and targeting suspects as part of the ongoing operation.

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