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Woman held after £140,000 of drugs seized in Buckie

Category: Scotland

Published: 8th Dec 2010 09:38:53

A woman was detained after drugs with an estimated street value of about £140,000 were seized in Buckie.

Grampian Police said cocaine, amphetamine and ecstasy, and a four-figure sum of money, were recovered in the operation.

A 45-year-old woman from the Buckie area was arrested.

A force spokesperson said the woman was expected to appear at Elgin Sheriff Court on Wednesday in connection with the seizure.

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