Four men have been jailed for a total of seven years for trying to bring £80,000 of drugs into the Highlands.
Martin Gordon, 44, from Inverness was sentenced to 30 months, Wayne Beresford, 35, from Manchester received a 29-month sentence, John Hendry, 33, from Inverness received a ten-month sentence and Daniel Lyons, 26, from Elgin received a 12-month sentence at the High Court in Edinburgh on Friday.
They all admitted being involved in the supply of Class B drugs within Inverness on August 2 last year.
All four were caught following a police operation.
Detective chief inspector Michael Sutherland, said: "This case is yet another example of our commitment to tackle the supply of drugs to the Highlands and Islands.
"This puts out our message that whoever you are and wherever you are from, we will continue to pro-actively target those who are involved in the supply of controlled drugs into the Northern Constabulary area.
"We would like to remind the public that intelligence is the life blood of a successful investigation such as this and we rely heavily on the support of the public in supplying us with information to disrupt the supply of drugs and arrest those responsible for causing untold harm to our communities.”