Police team up with universities for blitz on county lines drug gangs posing as ...

Police team up with universities for blitz on county lines drug gangs posing as students before trying to recruit hard-up undergraduates A community support officer has been assigned to Bangor University in Wales Students at Bangor have been found with 'large quantities of drugs and cash'  Police are working with universities to stop county lines infiltrating campuses 

By James Tozer for the Daily Mail

Published: 00:33 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 01:11 GMT, 7 January 2020

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Police are teaming up with universities to stop county lines gangs infiltrating campuses to sell drugs.

Officers have already caught some criminals signing up for courses as a front. They also fear the gangs are recruiting hard-up students on the promise of making money. 

Jon Aspinall of North Wales Police said students have been found with ‘large quantities of drugs and cash’.

Police are joining up with universities to stop county lines infiltrating university campuses to sell drugs (file image). A police officer in Wales said students have been found with ‘large quantities of drugs and cash’

Police are joining up with universities to stop county lines infiltrating university campuses to sell drugs (file image). A police officer in Wales said students have been found with ‘large quantities of drugs and cash’

The force has now assigned a community support officer to Bangor University to root out offenders. 

The region has been blighted by county lines crimes, named for the phone

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