A police operation at the Mount Estate this morning (January 10) saw a large number of officers and vehicles focus on an address.

There were reports of around ten police cars, including armed response units, paramedics and police dog units at Chestnut Way.

Tom Jackson who lives on the estate, said: "I went for a walk with the dogs around the woods by Blackbridge and when I came back there were police everywhere.

"There were at least seven cars and armed police with dogs in the van. They were down by the three-storey flats mainly, I couldn't believe it."

An officer at the scene said: "A drugs warrant was executed this morning following intelligence we have received.

"A proportionate response was used based on intelligence."

A notice handed out by the police about the incident reads:

"Local officers from Dyfed-Powys Police have recently executed a warrant under the Misuse of Drugs act in your community.

"Dyfed-Powys Police are working had to tackle drug dealing within the area.

"The community plays a valuable role in our efforts to tackle the supply and use of controlled drugs and other crime, and we would urge you to pass on any information about drugs or crime.

"This can be done via our non-emergency number 101."

Dyfed-Powys Police has been contacted for further information.