Mohammed Tanvir, 33, of Hampton Road in Aston, and Mohammed Sirfraz, 43, guilty of “cutting drugs on an industrial scale” have been jailed for more than 20 years.
Mohammed Sirfraz was arrested after found hoovering powder from a bedroom floor in Alum Rock. Tanvir was being tracked by police on suspicion of running a drug supply chain.
He came out from the property at an address in St Saviours Road in Alum Rock on May 30 last year, while Sirfraz was found inside hoovering powder from a bedroom floor.
Both were arrested after police officers found more than six kilos of heroin. Both admitted possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply and at Birmingham Crown Court on March 6.
Tanvir was jailed for 13-and-a-half years and Sirfraz was handed an eight-year prison term.
West Midlands Police Detective Chief Inspector Ronan Tyrer, said: “Officers
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