A number of emergency services have been dealing with an incident in Leamington's town centre.
They carried out a drugs warrant in Bath Street so some roads were closed.
This has been causing congestion to majors roads such as the Parade and Willes Road as well as other roads in the area.
The roads have been reopened but there are still delays in the area this afternoon.
Speaking this morning, a Leamington Police spokesperson said: "There is a large emergency service presence on Bath Street in Leamington this morning after the execution of a drugs warrant.
"We are working to get the roads back open as soon as we can."
Leamington Police's Safer Neighbourhood Teams have been working this week with those affected by drugs.
Yesterday (Tuesday) they spent time talking to those who could be targeted by drug dealers.
Leamington Police said: "An important part of the Safer Neighbourhood Teams role is to build intelligence around and target county lines drug dealing in our communities.
"One of the ways we do this is by engaging with vulnerable members of the community who could be targeted and exploited by drug dealers.
"PC Lake and PC Hartwell have visited a number of vulnerable people to check on them and do our best to make sure they are not being exploited. This is a crucial part of the role and is something that we will do almost daily to build intelligence and protect the most vulnerable in our communities."