Police found hundreds of homemade cannabis candy bars disguised as Cadbury Dairy Milk in a drug raid.
Seven people were arrested while police officers were on Friday April 4.
In a house in Lenton, a sniffer dog started barking when it came across several boxes of what appeared to be Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate, reports SWNS.
The officials found that it was in fact “cannabis edibles disguised as a candy bar”.
Around £ 5,000 in cash, cell phones and other illegal substances were also seized.
Two men and one woman – all aged 20 and over – were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the supply of Class A and B drugs.
In another raid on Arnold, two men, aged 31 and 32, and a 24-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of drug delivery and criminal property.
They were later released as part of an investigation.
Sergeant Mark Southgate of the Nottinghamshire Police Department said: “If you come to Nottingham to deal in drugs, we will find you.
“We want to send the clear message that criminal behavior will not be tolerated and we will continue to target criminals who continue to cause harm and misery in our communities.
“I want to reassure people that we take all drug-related reports very seriously as we understand the detrimental impact this type of crime has on residents’ lives.”
Neighborhood Inspector Chris Pearson added, “We conducted this search based on intelligence and intelligence from citizens and we resulted in the discovery of a lot of suspected drugs that have now been withdrawn from the market