A dozen people have been arrested and more than 10 have been reported for drug offences, following a week of action by police in Dundee.
As part of Operation Slate, local community officers and the Community Investigation Unit in Dundee targeted several properties in Fairbairn Street, Dundonald Street and the surrounding area.
Those suspected of criminal activity were stopped and searched and properties were also entered and searched under drugs search warrants.
As a result 12 people were arrested on warrant, 11 reported for drugs offences and another seven for other offences. A wide variety of drugs were seized and the value of them will not be concluded until next week.
Two vehicles were also seized by police and further criminal inquiries are now under way as a result of the activity.
Sergeant Ray Birnie, of the Community Investigation Unit in Dundee, said intelligence had been built up over a long period to carry out the action.
He added: “The drugs seized are wide ranging from class A right down to class C.
“Police will continue to operate in these areas with a zero tolerance approach to drugs offences. Intelligence and information is vital to help us take drugs out of our communities and reduce the harm it causes.
“We would like to thank the public for their help in our continuing efforts to deal with drug crime.
“Your support is vital, and very much appreciated.”
“Anyone wishing to pass on information which can assist in dealing with drug crime can contact Tayside Division on 101, or alternatively information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”