Two men appear in court over alleged £130,000 heroin haul

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Two men have appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court in connection with the alleged recovery of £130,000 worth of heroin in the city.

Paul Crerar, 46, of Kingsway East, and David Lynn, 48, of no fixed abode, appeared on petition.

They are charged with being concerned in the supply of heroin, a Class A drug, on October 7, at A90, Dundee, near to Gourdie Croft and a property on Kingsway East.

Their appearance in court followed Police Scotland’s alleged recovery of £130,000 worth of heroin in the Kingsway West and Kingsway East areas of Dundee yesterday.

Both accused made no plea or declaration in relation to the charge. The case was continued for further investigation and they were remanded in custody.