Man charged after Isle of Man heroin find

A Liverpool man has been charged with importing drugs to the Isle of Man after heroin with an estimated street value of £11,000 was found by police.

The 39-year-old was arrested at about 21:35 BST on Friday at the Sea Terminal in Douglas.

The man has been charged with importation of a Class A drug and possession with intent to supply.

Police say he is due to appear before the next available court, on the Isle of Man.

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