County lines: 'I was dealing drugs at 12'
Sarah (not her real name) was 12 when she and her older brother got caught up in county lines drug-dealing.
County lines networks often operate by city dealers recruiting vulnerable young people from country towns and villages to distribute drugs.
Now 14, Sarah told BBC Radio 5 Live that she sometimes walked for up to three hours at a time to sell "the tiniest bit of weed".
This film is a reconstruction and Sarah’s words have been spoken by an actor.