A MASSIVE drugs stash has been found in the Colne Valley.
Police found the haul of well over £1m of what is thought to be cocaine in Slaithwaite.
Three men were arrested and have been charged with serious drug offences.
All have appeared before Bradford magistrates, charged with possessing drugs with intent to supply.
They were remanded in custody and will appear in court again next Thursday. They are Damien Smith, 40, of Harthill Avenue, Gildersome, Dean Butters, 21, of Sage Street, Little Horton, Bradford, and Paul McKone, 20, of Dawnay Road, Little Horton.
Police are not revealing exactly where the drugs were found in Slaithwaite.
The investigation was carried out by West Yorkshire Police's Drugs and Organised Crime Group.
Det Chief Insp John Gilbody, who is in charge of the squad, urged people to keep giving vital information on drug dealers.
"We want to net the region's big fish," he said, adding: "The response from the public has been overwhelming.
"It is often difficult for members of the public to link the Mr Bigs to drug activity. Quite often the suspect doesn't get their hands dirty and operates in quite a low-profile way."
But he said the public supported the police drive against drugs and were making it very hard to buy drugs in West Yorkshire.
Det Chief Insp Gilbody added: "Anyone who has information about drug dealing at any level should get in touch.
"At the Drug Squad we are focusing on the higher- level dealers. But officers are available across the force to deal with anyone from the local dealer to the Mr Big of the region.
"Any snippet of information could be useful in our investigations, as it may add the missing piece of jigsaw," he added.
Anyone with information should phone Dob In A Dealer on 0800 555 111.
Calls are free, anonymous, cannot be traced and do not show up on phone bills.