Two men jailed for their part in a five-figure drug operation are set to appeal their prison sentences.
Ryan Donaldson, 46, and Richard Edwards, 38, were jailed for three years and six months each last year.
Donaldson, of Arklay Place, had pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of cannabis resin and heroin alongside 53-year-old Hamish Grant.
Dundee Sheriff Court heard the pair were involved in a handover of almost £80,000 worth of illegal substances in a layby.
Lawyers acting on their behalf will this month appeal their sentence at the High Court of Criminal Appeal in Edinburgh.
A plea of guilty was tendered by Edwards, of Findale Street, to being concerned in the supply of cocaine on July 28 last year.
The court heard Donaldson was under surveillance by police when leaving his previous address in Wedderburn Street, and drove to a meeting with Grant on a rural road in the north of Dundee.
Donaldson was seen handing a holdall to Grant who then drove away on the A90 dual carriageway.
Fiscal depute Charmaine Gilmartin told Dundee Sheriff Court the bag was searched and found to contain more than 150 bars of cannabis resin worth up to £57,000. Heroin with a potential street value of £23,750 was also recovered.
All three men were given the same prison sentence by Sheriff Alastair Brown. Donaldson and Edwards will have their appeals heard later this month.