manningham_drugs_gunsThis arsenal of sawn-off shotguns and ammunition was found at a make-shift drug factory raided by police in Bradford.

Two men were yesterday jailed after police unearthed the “criminals’ storeroom” in the padlocked cellar of the house in Devonshire Terrace, Manningham, during a concerted operation to target heavily armed drug dealing gangs in the city.

Officers swooped on a property and seized the shotguns, ammunition, balaclava masks and a stash of cocaine and heroin, Bradford Crown Court heard.

Mohammed Rabnawaz, 26, who was caught with the keys to the padlocked drugs den, was jailed for eight years.

Jameel Ahmed, 22, linked by his fingerprints to cocaine found hidden in an old washing machine in the cellar, was locked up for three years.

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