A man has appeared in court after drugs worth more than £126,000 were recovered in Aberdeen.
Officers carried out an intelligence-led operation in Ferryhill on Wednesday afternoon and, in addition to finding cocaine, cannabis and heroin, also discovered £18,500 in cash.
And, following this, Luke Marshall appeared in Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday, facing a charge of being involved in the supply of drugs.
The 22-year-old, whose general address was given as Aberdeen, made no plea and was remanded in custody.
He is expected to return to court within eight days.
Police Constable Alan Gordon, who led the inquiry, urged anyone with information about drugs to contact officers.
He said: “On a daily basis, proactive action is taken to rid our communities of drugs, however we need assistance from the public to help us do this, so we can target our resources to the right places.
“We are always grateful for the support we have from the public and continue to encourage anyone with concerns regarding drugs to report these to police on 101.”