On Wednesday a car was stopped in the vicinity of the Trench Lock interchange in Telford and three occupants were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.
Then on Thursday, West Mercia Police officers stopped a vehicle in Newport and found a "large amount of drugs" and £5,000 in cash.
Two people were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply.
A police source said that both sets of arrests were made as part of investigations into County Lines drug dealing.
WEDS: Vehicle stopped using reinforced stop in #Telford, 3 in Custody- Concerned in supply of Class A drugs— LPPT North - West Mercia Police (@LpptNWestMercia) March 6, 2021
THURS:Vehicle stopped with support of roads policing in #Newport 2 in Custody for Possession with intent to supply Class A after large amount of drugs and £5k found #result pic.twitter.com/px3O3Vm66t