One of the biggest parks in Leeds was partially closed to visitors as police carried out searches in connection with investigations into drug dealing.
A large part of Cross Flatts Park, in Beeston, was cordoned off for much of the day (Feb 18) as officers looked for evidence.
The search was sparked by an unrelated incident on Sunday evening, when a woman called police to complain that she was being threatened.
It is thought that, while responding to that call, they were given information which led them to the park.
Forensic teams combed the area yesterday.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “Police conducted a daylight search of an area within Cross Flatts Park, Beeston, yesterday.
“This forms part of an ongoing investigation into the supply of drugs and follows a call to a nearby address on Cemetery Road at 9.46pm on Sunday night, where a woman reported she was being threatened.”
Officers arrested a 23-year-old man from the local area on Sunday evening.
He remained in police custody yesterday.