Police in Bolton have recovered thousands of pounds worth of illegal drugs after a seizing a car in the town.

Greater Manchester Police Bolton South officers announced today, Monday, that, they had seized a car suspected to be involved in the supply of banned substances.

Police also seized a quantity of crack cocaine which they believe has a value of £7,000.

The location of where the car was found was not mentioned by police.

No arrests have been reported either.

Writing on the force’s Facebook page, a spokesperson for Bolton South Police, said: “Town centre officers have seized the following vehicle, which is believed to be involved in drug supply.

"The officers also seized a quantity of crack cocaine to the approximate value of £7,000.”

In another case last week, a man from Tyldesley, was charged with intent to supply Class A drugs and was remanded in custody following raids by Greater Manchester Police aimed at disrupting county lines gangs. 

Earlier this month, a 19-year-old man from Breightmet was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A and Class B drugs.