Heroin worth more than £60,000 was found inside a microwave which had been shipped to Shetland.
Officers from the island-based Dogs Against Drugs charity and Police Scotland made the discovery at around 11.30am on February 21.
The heroin, which had an estimated street value of around £61,000, was inside a package which had been concealed within the kitchenware.
A 38-year-old woman from the West Yorkshire area has been arrested and charged in connection with the find.
Police said she has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal and will appear at Lerwick Sheriff Court at a later date.
Chief Inspector Stuart Clemenson, Shetland Area Commander said:
“The Dogs Against Drugs charity has been responsible for the recovery of controlled substances to the value of almost £500,000 since the start of 2022 and continues to be a valuable resource in the fight against substance misuse on the Island.
“Anyone who has information or concerns about the sale and supply of drugs in their community is urged to contact Police Scotland via 101.
“Alternatively, if you’d prefer to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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