A cocaine supplier had a criminal benefit of £20,800, it was agreed during a financial hearing under The Proceeds of Crime Act at Mold Crown Court.

But only £1,074 was available and Henri Hughes was ordered to pay that within three months or face an additional two months in prison.

The agreed order was made by Judge Rhys Rowlands and it remains in place if the defendant comes into money in the future.

A financial hearing against co-defendant Hayley Jessica Bellis was adjourned until March 28.

An earlier hearing was told the two were stopped by police in a supermarket car park

They were found by police to have nearly half a kilogram of cocaine in their possession.

Hughes, 36 and Bellis, 28, both at the time of Maes Llan, Eglwysbach near Llanrwst, admitted possessing the class A drug with a potential street value of up to £49,000, with intent to supply when they appeared at Caernarfon Crown Court in June.

They also admitted possessing other drugs and cash.

Hughes was jailed for five years and three months and Bellis was handed a prison term of three years and eight months.

The court heard police officers followed a vehicle driven by Bellis into the car park of a supermarket in Llandudno in April, 2017.

Hughes was in the passenger seat.

Police told both of them they intended to search the vehicle and on the back seat a holdall and scales were found.

An Easter egg box contained wraps of cocaine as did a handbag.

Addresses linked to the defendants were searched and more drugs were found.

In addition to drug dealers’ lists, some measuring spoons were found with traces of cocaine on them.