Police hunt roommate of Deptford drug dealers found with £4.5m of MDMA in their flat (From News Shopper)
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Police hunt roommate of Deptford drug dealers found with £4.5m of MDMA in their flat
Two Deptford drug dealers who had £4.5m worth of MDMA stashed in their flat have been jailed for a total of 23 years - but police are still hunting their former roommate.
Lithuanian men Henry Duksavius, 36, has been jailed for nine years, while Vaidas Vaskys, 39, was given a 14 year sentence at Woolwich Crown Court on June 24 after both men pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply MDMA - the key ingredient of Ecstasy.
The men were arrested in January after police saw what they believed to be a drug deal in Deptford Green. The men tried to flee but Vaskys was immediately caught.
Officers later found Duksavius hiding, surrounded by cash and drugs, in his Greenfell Mansions flat on Glashier Street.
In all, police found 149kg of MDMA, along with more than £49,000 in cash, plus a counterfeit Lithuanian passport and identity card.
But police still want to trace Edmundas Kuodys, 31, who is known to have lived in the same flat.
He is described as white man, around 6ft tall, of athletic build and with short, cropped, light brown hair. He is Lithuanian and speaks with an eastern European accent.
Anyone with information should call 020 8345 4181 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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