Nearly £4000 worth of class-A drugs have been found by police officers in a north-east town.
On Monday CID officers from Grampian Police carried out raids at two addresses in Peterhead with “dealer quantities of heroin being recovered”.
A 49-year-old male from the Peterhead area is due to appear at the town’s sheriff court on Friday.
A 37-year-old female, also from the Peterhead area, will appear at court in the coming days.
Detective Constable Alan Low said: "We will continue the two pronged approach to tackling illegal drugs and the associated issues in Aberdeenshire.
"This success sends a very clear signal that we will make Aberdeenshire as hostile an environment as possible for those involved in drug supply while also helping to address the wider impacts on our communities.”
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