A man has been charged by police after drugs worth over £30,000 were recovered in Fife.
It comes after police raided a property in Davenport Place, Rosyth, on Friday, August 13.
Class A drugs with an estimated street value of £8000, along with Class B drugs with an estimated worth of £21,000 were recovered from within the property, along with around £8000 in cash.
The 30-year-old man has been charged and a report submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
Detective Constable Iain Syme said: “We continue to tackle drug crime within Fife as we understand this is a concern for local communities.
“We rely on information provided to us so that we can continue to target those involved in drug supply and misuse.
“Anyone with information on drugs crime in their area should report this to us via 101, or to your local police station, so that we can appropriately investigate.”