A 32-year-old man from the Isle of Wight has been arrested and cautioned for possessing cocaine.
The man was stopped by a passive police drugs dog at Coppins Bridge in Newport at around 10:50pm on Saturday, October 6.
Two wraps of cocaine were seized by officers.
According to a police spokesperson, the arrest involved officers from the Island's Dog Support Unit, Targeted Patrol teams and Newport Safer Neighbourhoods team working together.
Isle of Wight District Chief Inspector Nick Heelan said: "This arrest forms part of our ongoing operations to protect the community from the harm caused by illegal drugs. Police drugs dogs are working in towns across the island, particularly around pubs and clubs."
Anyone with information about illegal drugs in the community is encouraged to phone police 101. Information can be given anonymously by calling the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.