Police have found a quantity of Class A and Class C drugs in a house in the Loughview Drive area of Cornagrade, Enniskillen. 
Following the search on Friday August 3 the drugs were taken away for forensic examination.
Sergeant Michael Drew said: “This is an area that is frequented by local families and children; a place of fun and adventure.  Children should be free to roam and play without parents worrying about them coming across drugs.  It does not bear thinking what could have happened if a child had come across these suspected drugs.  We might have  been looking at a very different scenario.
“I would ask parents to speak to their children about the dangers of drugs and make sure they know what they should do if they find anything suspicious.  Never ever pick anything up – phone the police immediately.
“I would like to take this opportunity to warn those people who are involved in either the supply or sale of any illegal substance that they should be under no illusion as to the commitment and determination of PSNI officers to identify, pursue and arrest anyone suspected of involvement in this type of criminality and see them convicted of their crimes.”
Sergeant Drew continued: “We will continue to work with communities and partner agencies to keep people safe and this includes taking drugs and those involved in the sale and supply of drugs off our streets.  Drugs can ruin lives and it lines the pockets of organised criminals.
“We will always act on information we receive.  I would continue to appeal to communities to call police on 101 with anything they know about the supply of drugs or drug dealers.  Alternatively, information can also be provided to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, which is 100% anonymous and gives people the power to speak up and stop crime.”