Three men have been arrested after police seized drugs worth more than £15,000 in a series of raids.

Metropolitan Police officers raided three addresses in Hackney October 10 as part of the force’s efforts to tackle drug dealing.

Cash worth £12,805 was seized across the three addresses, as well as drugs valued at £15,665.

This included more than 200g of MDMA, almost 70g of cocaine and 11g of ketamine.

Police also found “a large amount” of cannabis and mushrooms, as well as around £20,000 worth of designer clothing.

Three men have been arrested, including two 25-year-olds and a 58-year-old. The trio were subsequently remanded to prison.

The arrests form part of the Met’s Operation Yamata, which uses data analytics to target the drugs trade.

Detective Inspector Sam Bennett said: “This investigation highlights the effective work of Op Yamata in utilising data precision policing to target individuals causing high harm in local communities.

“The Yamata teams work tirelessly every week to pursue the holders of drugs lines across London.

“They will use a wide array of tactics to ensure that those who are controlling the local drugs market are brought before the courts.

“They regularly obtain large seizures of weapons, money and drugs as part of their activities which highlight the importance of their operational work.”