Aberdeen man arrested over massive £1 million ecstasy haul

A man has been arrested in Aberdeen over a massive haul of ecstasy worth more than £1 million.

Police have seized more than 1 million pounds worth of ecstasy in a raid in Aberdeen. Picture: John Devlin

The 22-year-old was arrested by officers from Police Scotland and the National Crime Agency.

The arrest was made in the Rosemount area of Aberdeen.

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More than 45 kilograms of MDMA (ecstasy) was seized.

Police said the arrest was the result of his alleged involvement in illegally importing and supplying Class A controlled drugs.

Senior Investigating Officer Detective Chief Inspector Graeme Naysmith said the arrest was part of an intelligence led operation and enquiries were ongoing.

A case has been referred to the procurator fiscal.