POLICE discovered a stash of drugs after smashing their way into a Cumnor home. 

Officers executed a drugs warrant yesterday afternoon in the village near Oxford, but did not give the exact location.

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Police tweeted about the raid and said a man had been arrested.

The force shared an image of a front door, which appeared to have been damaged by a battering ram - the implement police use to force entry into properties, informally known as the 'big red key.'

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Officers also said a 'quantity of drugs' had been recovered as part of Operation Stronghold, Thames Valley Police's crackdown on serious and organised crime.

They did not clarify what the man was arrested on suspicion of.