DRUGS raids in the city yesterday seized more than £ 200,000 worth of cannabis and arrested two people.
Officers were first seen issuing search warrants for drug abuse at a home on Jordan Hill’s Abbey Drive. They discovered hemp with an estimated black market value of 114,000. Five-digit amount of cash was also received.
Police stopped a man at Craigall Road, Port Dundas, on Thursday night and found cannabis on his body. The same street compound was relocated, revealing Class B drugs. The estimated value of the findings is about 91 91,000, police said.
The two men, aged 40 and 29, were due to appear in a separate hearing in Glasgow Sheriff’s Court today.
Detective Inspector Craig McPhail said: “This work outlines our continued commitment to tackling drug crime in Glasgow, and I want to thank the public for their support.
“We will continue to work hard to stop the illegal sale and supply of drugs in Scotland. Anyone with information on drugs can do so. Crime We should report concerns through 101 so that we can investigate and take appropriate action. ”