Officers from Wallend’s Neighbourhood Support Team executed a raid at a property on Bewicke Road on Monday, March 20.
Police arrested the two men, aged 49 and 53, on suspicion of possession with intent to supply.
Almost £500 in cash, as well as paraphernalia related to drug dealing was seized as part of the raid.
Officers also discovered a vareity of suspected illicit substances, including 572 tablets of Diazepam, 55 tablets of Pregablin and a 10oz cannabis bush.
Northumbria Police has confirmed that both men have been released on bail while further inquiries are carried out.
Detective Inspector Rebecca Fenney-Menzies has praised the community for continuing to work with police to confront illicit drug supply.
She said: “This warrant is another example of the continued work going on across the area to tackle illegal drug supply and demonstrating to our communities how dedicated we are to keeping them free from these harmful and destructive substances.
“We hope that this activity shows the public how dedicated we are to keeping our communities free from illegal and harmful substances.
“I would like to thank everyone involved in the execution of these warrants, including the public who continue to support us by passing on vital intelligence about suspected criminality in their area.
“We will continue to work with our partners to dismantle the criminal groups who try to profit from the sale and supply of illegal drugs, as well as ensuring those affected by drug addiction receive the support they need.”
Northumbria Police is urging anyone who suspects anything suspicious in their local community to report it to them via the ‘Tell Us Something’ page on their website or by calling 101.
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