A man and woman were facing drug charges after a raid on flats in Dundee.
The pair were charged on Tuesday after the swoop on Strathmore Avenue involving two vans and a car.
It is alleged class A and B drugs worth a three-figure sum were found at the property.
Eye-witness Liam Richardson, 21, said police were “crawling all over Strathmore Avenue” at the time of the raid.
He said: “The raid seemed to be going on in one of the flats next to where the van was.
“When I passed the block there were three police vehicles but one of them was just being driven away at the time.
“I think there were two vans and a car in total at about 4pm.
“There were plain clothes police officers as well coming out of the building but as far as I could see they weren’t carrying anything.
“For me it looked like a drugs raid and there were people from the next tenement out watching it unfold at the time.
“It must have been happening on one of the middle floors as I saw torches shining out of one of the windows there.”
A nearby resident added: “I just saw a couple of vans outside.
“My only thinking is that it must have been a raid. I saw the vans when I was going to the shop and they hung around for quite a few hours.
“I’ve never seen anything like it around here before.”
A police spokeswoman said: “Police Scotland can confirm that a 38-year-old man and a 37-year-old woman have been charged in connection with alleged drugs offences following the execution of a search warrant at an address in Strathmore Avenue.
“The man is expected to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court. A report has been submitted to the procurator fiscal.”
Chief Inspector David McIntosh, Local Area Commander for Dundee North, said: “Operation Quay targets anti-social behaviour, disorder and serious and violent crime within the Dundee North area, as such, we will continue to keep people safe and target individuals and groups who are involved in the supply of controlled drugs.
“We would encourage anyone with any information regarding suspicious activity in their area to contact Tayside Division on 101 or alternatively information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”