Two women charged after drugs worth £250,000 recovered from Aberdeen property

Police in Aberdeen have recovered drugs with a street value of approximately £250,000.

The intelligence-led operation saw officers carry out a drug search warrant at Provost Graham Avenue, in the Hazlehead area of the city on Saturday.

Heroin, cocaine and cannabis were all recovered from the property.

Two women, aged 25 and 23, have been charged in connection with the seizure. Both are anticipated to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today.

Detective Inspector Stewart Drummond who led the operation on Saturday said: “A significant amount of drugs have been recovered during this operation and there is no doubt they would have been destined for our local communities.

“We are committed to targeting those looking to spread misery through the illegal supply of drugs.

“As well as proactively targeting those involved in the supply of drugs we also rely on the support of our communities and will act on information we receive.

“We continue to urge people to get in touch if you have concerns or see suspicious behaviour in your area.

“Police can be contacted on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”