Class A drugs recovered by police in Inverness at property in Hilton
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Police seized a quantity of drugs from a property in Inverness this morning.
After reports of heavy police presence on Kintail Crescent, it was confirmed that officers recovered the substance after searching a property in the area.
Police Sergeant Michael Clark, divisional alcohol and violence reduction unit, said: “Around 9.30am on Wednesday, December, officers executed a drugs warrant at a property in the Kintail Crescent area of Inverness.
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“A quantity of Class A drugs were recovered and enquiries are ongoing.
“We will continue to use every tool and tactic at our disposal to prevent the sale and distribution of illegal drugs in our communities."
Anyone with concerns about drugs and drug misuse should contact police on 101, or make a call anonymously to the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.