PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Police have arrested 10 people accused of selling drugs after a two-month undercover investigation in the Hill District.

Police say in the course of the sweep, the accused allegedly sold crack cocaine and heroin to undercover officers.

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On Friday, Zone 2 Police arrested 10 alleged drug dealers from six different residences in a sweep. They are all charged with possession of a controlled substance, intent to deliver a controlled substance and delivery of a controlled substance.

In addition to the arrests, police say they also confiscated $4,000 in cash, several bricks of heroin, a semi-automatic pistol, as well as drug packing materials.

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Police say one other suspect, William Miller, is still at large.

He is accused of selling heroin to undercover officers in the Hill District.

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