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Arrests after police seize cannabis and cocaine

Category: Scotland

Published: 1st Jun 2010 12:46:39

Police have recovered drugs with an estimated street value of about £140,000 after searching a car in Lanarkshire and a house in Glasgow.

Officers seized £100,000 worth of herbal cannabis after stopping a vehicle on the M74 near Lesmahagow on Monday.

About a kilo of cocaine and a quantity of cash was recovered from a property in Rhindmuir Crescent, Bailleston.

Two men, aged 32 and 37, were arrested in connection with the seizures.

The pair were expected to appear at Lanark Sheriff Court.

A full report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

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