Drugs Worth GBP 50,000 Seized at Ferry Terminal in Aberdeen

   April 29, 2019 ,   Accidents

Two Glaswegians were charged in connection with a GBP 50,000 haul of heroin after a series of drug busts in Port Aberdeen over the weekend. The drugs (estimated street value GBP 60,000) were found in a vehicle at Aberdeen’s Jamieson Quay Ferry Terminal.

A 34-year-old man and a 41-year-old woman, both confirmed to be from Glasgow area, were charged and had to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Monday, April 29.

Port of Aberdeen (Scotland)

A further GBP 2,000 worth of heroin was found in Guild Street (Aberdeen) on Friday, April 26, as well as GBP 8,000 of cannabis and cocaine in the Newmachar area on Thursday, April 25. A 49-year-old Aberdeen man was charged over the heroin while a 31-year-old man from Aberdeen was charged over the Thursday find.

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