Police who raided two flats on a Glasgow street have seized ‘a quantity of drugs’ and ‘a sum of cash’ from two addresses.
On Thursday, August 18, officers executed search warrants in Parnie Street, in the city’s Trongate area following a tip off.
Five women and two men were reported to the Procurator Fiscal after police seized what they believed to be heroin, cocaine and cannabis, as well as a cash sum.
Sergeant Andrew Muir, of Stewart Street police office, said: “This operation is part of our ongoing commitment to keep drugs off the streets.
“Hopefully this operation provides the local community with the reassurance that we act on their concerns and we will continue to use every tactic at our disposal to remove these illegal substances from our streets.
“We depend on the continued support from members of the public, who have a vital role to play in reporting information to us.
“Tackling drugs misuse remains a priority for Police Scotland.
“I would encourage anyone with information or concerns about drugs within the local community to contact us on 101 or alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.”