Class A drugs found inside Kinder Egg
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EXCLUSIVE: More than 50 wraps of Class A drugs have been found inside a yellow Kinder egg container in Newham.
A 15-year-old boy has been released on police bail after he tried to dispose of the plastic shell after spotting police.
Officers arrested the boy on January 26 during a mobile patrol in Thorngrove Road, E13.
The teenager was part of a group of five males standing outside a block of flats who began to disperse after spotting police.
Officers followed the 15-year-old after he walked off in the opposite direction to the rest of the group.
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He threw the yellow Kinder egg container between two large wheelie bins as he passed them before being detained and arrested for possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.
The boy was taken to an east London police station and has been released on police bail, pending further enquiries.
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