A man has been arrested in connection with drug offences after police swooped on a quiet West End street.
Witnesses saw at least five police officers at a block of flats on Tait’s Lane.
A police van and a police car were also in the area, close to the Campbeltown Bar on Hawkhill.
Two officers were later seen escorting a man away towards a waiting police car.
Three other officers continued to carry out a search in one of the properties.
One passer-by said: “I saw what looked like a police estate car and then a police van arrived shortly after 2pm last Friday.
“Police entered one of the flats in the block.
“About 20 minutes later I saw a man walking out of the block with two police officers.
“He wasn’t cuffed, but the officers were walking behind before he got taken away in the car.”
The man added it was unusual to see such police activity in the neighbourhood.
“The area around here is very quiet,” he said.
“There’s elderly residential housing here as well so it is unusual to see police around these properties.
“I was there for more than an hour and the police van was still at the scene.
“Police didn’t seem to be carrying out inquiries at other doors. I never saw them coming back out of the property.”
It is understood the events may have started at a different address before police arrived at the street.
A spokesman for Police Scotland confirmed that controlled drugs and a cannabis cultivation farm had been found at an address in Tait’s Lane and that a man had been arrested.
He added: “Police Scotland attended on Friday in connection with alleged drugs offences.
“As a result of inquiries, controlled drugs along with a cannabis cultivation were discovered.
“A 46-year-old man was arrested and charged with relevant offences, and was released to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court at a later date.”