This is what has happened to the four men arrested after 'extremely rare' crystal meth lab was discovered in Peterborough

A man has been given a 'community resolution' after Chemical Bioglogical Radiological and Nuclear officers discovered an 'extremely rare' crystal meth lab in Peterborough.

Tuesday, 12th March 2019, 4:18 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th March 2019, 5:20 pm
Police raid meth labs in Peterborough

Four men were arrested yesterday morning, Monday March 11, after raids on properties in Padholme Road, Alma Road, Westmoreland Gardens and Sheepwalk in Paston. Three men aged 35, 36 and 39 have been released under investigation. A fourth man aged 47 has been dealt with by means of a community resolution A police spokesman said: “A small scale production of what is believed to be crystal meth was discovered. This is extremely rare in Cambridgeshire. Police were joined by specialist teams including Chemical Bioglogical Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) officers as well as search teams from the fire and ambulance services as a safety precaution. The operation was part of an investigation into the production of class A drugs.

Chemical Bioglogical Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) officers at work in Peterborough
Chemical Bioglogical Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) officers about to enter a Peterborough property.

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Police, fire and ambulance crews took part in the raids
Police making an arrest during the drug raids
Police and fire crews on standby at one of the raids
Specialist officers about to enter one of the Peterborough properties
One of the specialist officers involved in the raids
Police making one of the arrests
Police at the scene of one of the early morning raids