A massive cannabis haul worth £315,000 was 'seized' by Paisley cops after a flat raid yesterday.

Officers stormed a property on Well Street at around 5.20pm.

A large amount of cannabis plants - with a street value of £315,000 - was allegedly nabbed and a man, 22, was nicked in connection with the alleged find.

Detective Inspector Stevie Elliot from Greater Glasgow Serious and Organised Crime said: “This substantial recovery emphasises our commitment to disrupting drug activity and supply within our communities. 

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“Drugs cause real devastation to communities and families and Police Scotland will continue to target anyone involved in drugs and the criminality that surrounds it. 

“Anyone with any concerns or anyone who has information regarding drugs in their area is asked to contact their local police office via telephone number 101. 

"Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111 where anonymity can be maintained."