Heroin and crack cocaine worth almost £3,500 has been seized in Aberdeen.
The Class A drugs were found in the Girdleness Road area of Aberdeen on Sunday April 15.
An 18-year-old man was arrested and charged in connection and is due to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court later this month.
Inspector Chris Kerr, of the Torry community policing team, said: “Through regular dialogue with our community we know that tackling the issue of drug dealing and drug misuse remains a local priority for my team.
“This latest seizure reinforces our commitment to tackling the issue and my team will continue to take every opportunity to disrupt those individuals engaged in such activity.
“We will continue to focus our efforts to tackle those who are intent on making money by illegally supplying drugs in our communities and spreading misery and harm as a result.
“We rely on the support of residents and members of the public and are grateful for their assistance.”
He added: “It is crucial we work together with the community to target our resources to the right place and at the right times.
“Please continue to let us know your concerns about drugs misuse by contacting police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 to remain anonymous.”