Drugs worth £900,000 recovered after police raid at adjoining properties

The force said no one was arrested following the bust but enquiries are 'ongoing'.

Drugs worth £900,000 recovered after police raid at adjoining Glasgow properties iStock

Police have seized drugs worth “at least” £900,000 after a combined bust in Glasgow.

Officers recovered the haul after executing two warrants across adjoining properties in the Knightswood area.

The force carried out the searches around 7am on Friday and confirmed that drugs with an estimated street value of at least £900,000 had been recovered.

No arrests were made following the bust but officers said enquiries into the recoveries are “ongoing”.

It has not been confirmed what type of drugs were seized.

Detective Inspector Murray Owen said: “Police Scotland remains committed to the Serious Organised Crime Taskforce and the country’s Serious and Organised Crime Strategy, and our officers are determined to protect members of the public from this type of criminality.

“Anyone who brings drugs into our communities for their own illicit gain should be in absolutely no doubt that we will rigorously pursue every means possible to disrupt this activity – we will find you and bring you to justice.

“The public has an important role to play in this and we encourage anyone with concerns or information about drugs to get in touch with officers via 101 or make a report anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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