£15,000 of Drugs Recovered in Inverness

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Thursday September 13 2018

Police in Inverness have recovered quantities of various types of drugs worth a combined £15,000 during a search of a property in the city.

Officers from the Flexible Policing Team searched a property in Telford Court on the morning of Wednesday, September 12.

Quantities of herbal & resin cannabis, heroin, cocaine and diazepam were recovered, as well as a mid-four figure sum of cash which was also seized.

The drugs are estimated to have a combined "street" value of around £15,000.

A 44-year-old man has been charged in connection with the recovery and is anticipated to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court today (Thursday).

Commenting Detective Inspector Peter Mackenzie said:

“We will continue to pursue those who choose to involve themselves in the illegal trade in drugs and who bring these harmful substances into our communities.

“We need the support of the public to help us do this and ask that if you have any concerns or information please contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to remain anonymous."



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