A WINTER crime crackdown has led to arrests in Huddersfield.
The week-long first phase of the West Yorkshire Police campaign began on Monday.
More than 60 people have already been arrested for offences including burglary, robbery and vehicle crime.
Two men were arrested after a luxury Lexus car, believed stolen in west London, was found in Almondbury.
A large amount of what is believed to be cannabis was seized by officers in Pudsey, near Leeds.
Hundreds of officers are taking part in the week of action to tackle priority crime.
Roadside checks using Automatic Number Plate Recognition technology - showing up cars allegedly linked to crimes - is being used to trap villains.
Det Chief Insp John Gilbody, who is leading the campaign, said: "Although this initiative is in its early stages, we have already made excellent progress.
"Officers have made a significant number of arrests and have gathered valuable intelligence regarding criminal activity in West Yorkshire.
"We are confident this week's operations will have a positive impact on force crime figures and see yet further reduction in the number of people affected by crime."