Follow Operation Relentless police crackdown on criminals as it happens
A cannabis factory was closed down in Bath as police carried out a series of early-morning raids today as part of Operation Relentless.
More than 1,000 officers and staff across the Avon and Somerset force area joined the operation to target criminals.
Doors were smashed down and suspects arrested as officers moved into following dawn briefings at police stations across Avon and Somerset.
Chief Superintendent Geoff Spicer told a briefing in Bath: "This will be a good day for policing and our communities."
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Bath Chronicle crime reporter Siobhan Prideaux has joined officers from Operation Relentless on the streets of the city.
This is Bath will be monitoring the operation with the latest updates as the campaign of action unfolds.
You can follow the operation as it happens here. And why not add your comments to the unfolding events.