A man has been jailed after thousands of pounds worth of Class A drugs were found at his home.

Yanick Mungu, 30, appeared at Norwich Crown Court after pleading guilty to supplying heroin and crack cocaine.

On February 21, Mungu was arrested at his home address in Colney Hatch Lane in London.

More than £34,000 worth of crack cocaine was seized, as well as £2,500 worth of heroin, more than £2,500 in cash, a mobile phone and a number of SIM cards.

Analysis of the phone revealed it was being used for the sale and distribution of Class A drugs from London to Norwich.

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Mungu was charged with two counts of possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply, two counts of being concerned in the supply of a Class A drug and possession of criminal property.

Mungu was sentenced to three and a half years in prison at Norwich Crown Court on July 27.

PC Phil Mercer from the Norwich Neighbourhood Policing team said: “Norfolk Constabulary will not tolerate the operation of county lines within our county.

"We will continue to work to remove those who choose to bring drugs into Norfolk and protect our local communities from the risk these individuals can pose.”