A COUPLE were arrested after specialist anti-drug police swooped in Newsome.
The man and woman, both aged 23, were in a car stopped on Thursday night.
The officers from Kirklees District Drug Team found what they believe to be crack cocaine and heroin.
This led to a search of a Newsome house, where cash and suspected drug paraphernalia were discovered.
The man and woman were still being interviewed by drug team detectives yesterday.
Det Insp Mick Turner, from the drug team, praised the public for keeping information about drugs flooding into the Dob In A Dealer hotline.
"Every day we receive information from the public through Crimestoppers," he said.
"This is extremely valuable and often leads to arrests.
"Without this information, each investigation would take twice as long and would mean the team would have to spend more time gathering intelligence.
"With this support from the public my team can look for hard evidence instead.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank the public for their support and determination in tackling drugs over the last year.
"I urge this to continue and would remind people `if you do nothing, nothing will change,' " he said
Anyone with information about suspected drug dealing should call Dob In A Dealer by phoning Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 anonymously.