POLICE launched a drugs raid yesterday at a property in Millbrook.

Officers executed a warrant at a home on Cumbrian Way yesterday morning in regards to drugs related offences.

Police entered the property but no one was arrested.

A spokesperson from Hampshire Police said: “We executed a warrant at a home today on Cumbrian Way in Southampton in relation to an investigation into drug offences.

“No one was arrested.”

It comes just a week after three properties in Southampton were raided as part of a crackdown on drugs supply.

On Monday, August 12, properties on Exeter Close, Wavell Road and Lawn Road were raided in the early morning.

At around 9am on Monday, eight police officers stormed a house on Wavell Road.

The property was described as a “drugs den” by multiple residents.

A spokesperson from Hampshire police said: “We executed three warrants in Southampton on August 12 as part of Fortress, our response to reducing drug related harm.

“The Southampton North Neighbourhood Team based at Portswood Police Station entered homes in Exeter Close, Wavell Road and Lawn Road.

“Officers conducted searches at each address.

“No drugs were seized and no one was arrested on this occasion.

“We often execute warrants in Southampton through our campaign Fortress.

“Part of the work around reducing drug supply in the city is to disrupt those suspected of being involved in drug supply.

“It also allows us to identify vulnerable people who are being exploited through the drugs trade, and signpost them to agencies that can help, or safeguard them if necessary.

“We can only take action to reduce drug related harm with support from the community.

“You are our eyes and ears out there, if you suspect someone of drug dealing or notice drug related activity in your area, please call 101 and report it.”