Drugs worth £1.5m seized in police swoops

DRUGS worth more than £1.5millon have been seized during two police operations in Glasgow and Lanarkshire.

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Officers swooped on an industrial unit in Balmoral Street, Partick and discovered around 1100 cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £660,000.

Drugs were also recovered from a car on the M74, which was travelling northbound at Larkhall. The drugs, believed to be Amphetamine Sulphate, have an estimated street value of £1m.

A 26-year-old man was arrested in connection with the M74 recovery and is expected to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court on Monday.

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