Drugs worth more than £15k recovered in Dingwall

Published 19 January 2018

Police Scotland officers have seized quantities of herbal cannabis and MDMA worth approximately £15,500 from a property in Dingwall.

Officers from the Divisional Flexible Policing Team attended at an address in the Ross-shire town on the morning of  Wednesday,  January 17, where the Class A and B drugs were discovered.

A 30-year-old man has been charged in connection with the recovery and is expected to appear in court today (Friday, January 19).

Constable Michael Clark from the Flexible Policing Team said: "The trade in illegal drugs will not be tolerated by police in the Highlands. We are committed to tackling crime involving drugs to make our communities safer.

"Information from the public is essential to make sure we can take action against anyone suspected of being involved in the trade in drugs.

"I would encourage anyone with concerns about drugs to contact police on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to pass information on anonymously."


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