A YORKSHIRE-MAN has been charged alongside two others after more than £10 million worth of heroin and cocaine was seized in an operation.

The Organised Crime Partnership - a team of officers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) and Metropolitan Police Service - raided an industrial unit in Enfield, North London, on April 27.

Officers seized 109kg of cocaine and 15kg of heroin.

The drugs had a street value of £10,220,000.

Levi Howarth, 25, of Barnsley, South Yorkshire - who used to live in Wakefield - has been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs in relation to the operation.

Antonio Monobianco, 42, of Wanstead, east London (formerly of Enfield) and David Owens, 61, of Preston, Lancashire (formerly of Aintree, Liverpool), were both charged with the same offence.

All three have been remanded to appear at Wood Green Crown Court, in North London, on May 17.

Seven other men arrested in the same operation have been released under investigation.