Nearly 20 people have been taken into arrested in the last week as part of a police operation.
Grampian officers involved in Operation Maple, which has been targeting people wanted on warrants and those suspected of being involved in the drugs trade, seized drugs worth more than £10,000 in Aberdeen.
Two drugs search warrants were carried out in Tillydrone and Seaton. Police recovered 1.5kg of cannabis at the Tillydrone property.
A 17-year-old man was charged in connection with the find and will appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Thursday.
A total of 19 people were taken into custody in connection with a number of crimes, including assault, theft and drugs offences.
Officers also took part in high visibility patrols around the Cove, Torry, Garthdee, Kincorth, Seaton and Market Street areas of the city.
Chief Inspector George MacDonald said: "This was another great week of action under our Maple strategy which has resulted in a significant number of criminals being apprehended and taken off our streets.
"The quantity of drugs we have recovered over the last few days is a welcome addition to the £500,000 -worth of drugs we have already seized since the introduction of our long-term strategy via Maple to target and disrupt the small element in our communities who cause harm and upset.
"Our patrols were very valuable and we have gleaned information that may help us with future activity.”
He said the support and information supplied by the community was “crucial” adding that there was an “increasing confidence” from the public in relation to reporting crimes.
"The message that Aberdeen is a hostile place for drug dealers is one that we often give and the proof is in the results that we are achieving on a weekly basis,” he added.
"Anyone who is still determined to peddle dangerous drugs on our streets and involve themselves in violence and antisocial behaviour would do well to take note of today's results, as it will be them we come for next."