Greater Manchester men charged with drug trafficking offences

Three men have been charged with drug trafficking offences after the seizure of chemicals used in the production of amphetamine.

The Serious Organised Crime Agency said officers seized 100 litres of methanol and 50 litres of sulphuric acid at an address in Greater Manchester.

Damian Vose, 38, Neil Strong 31, and Paul Cuthbert, 44, were charged with conspiracy to supply amphetamine.

They are due to appear before Manchester Crown Court on 25 October.

Mr Vose of Woodvale Road, Radcliffe, Mr Strong and Mr Cuthbert, both of Harris Drive, Whitefield were arrested along with a 37-year-old woman, who has since been released on bail.

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