A heroin dealer from Woolwich who ran a 'criminal enterprise' in and out of Kent has been jailed for 14 years.

Matthew Olujosun, 30, of Slater Close, was found guilty of making and selling heroin and cocaine at Maidstone Crown Court on December 20.

Following a two year investigation, police said the dealer used trains to visit Maidstone in order to run his Class A drug supply networks.

Police raided Olujosun's house in 2015 and found traces of the drugs, cutting agents, cash, and other equipment used to supply drugs.

Police also found text messages where the dealer offered to sell class A drugs whilst travelling to Kent on multiple occasions.

Detective Inspector Gary Scarfe said: "A comprehensive investigation into Olujosun’s criminal enterprise and the key evidence obtained by my officers has led to this successful outcome.

"Olujosun profited from his established class A drugs supply networks that he ran into Kent’s communities utilising local dealers such as Guerra to deal drugs for him.

"The conviction of these two drug dealers is yet another example of Kent Police’s focus on pursuing class A drug suppliers, dismantling their networks and prevent."

Olujosun was jailed for 14 years imprisonment for producing and supplying heroin and cocaine, and for possessing criminal property.

He was also slapped with a Serious Crime Prevention Order which will restrict his use of mobile's when he is released.