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Police seize cocaine worth £250k in Aberdeen raid

Police seized the drugs in an operation on Thursday. Picture: Lisa McPhillips

Police seized the drugs in an operation on Thursday. Picture: Lisa McPhillips

  • by FRANK URQUHART
 

COCAINE with a street value of more than a quarter of a million pounds has been seized in Aberdeen.

Police Scotland said today that Class A drugs, worth more than £250,000, had been recovered by officers from the force’s Organised Crime and Counter Terrorism Unit during an operation in the Kincorth area of the city on Thursday.

A force spokesman said: “Two local men, aged 55 and 24 years, were arrested in the Kincorth area of Aberdeen while a further two men, aged 41 and 29 years, were arrested in the Glasgow area. A report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”

 
 
 

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