Police have launched a series of drugs raids across Dundee – which has been described as “one of the biggest days of action” in the area.
Officers stormed a property on Balunie Avenue in the Douglas area around 9am.
They initially struggled to break down the door with a battering ram but it was later discovered that the door had been reinforced with wood by the occupants.
Other properties across the city were later stung by officers.
Today’s raid comes as part of Operation Fundamental: a multi-agency, intelligence led operation to impact on the critical level of drug related deaths in the city.
More than 100 police staff were involved in today’s raids.
Chief Superintendent Andrew Todd, Divisional Commander for Tayside said: “We’re acutely aware of the impact that drugs misuse has on our communities and we’re committed to work alongside our partners to tackle it.
“We work closely with other organisations including health, social work and housing to address the wide range of issues that lead to and result from substance misuse.
“However, enforcement is also an important part and Police Scotland will continue to use intelligence to target those who are blighting our communities by dealing drugs.
“Operation Fundamental has received a considerable amount of support from Police Scotland specialist services from right across the country. It shows that in addition to our work locally we can exert a significant show of strength, calling upon our colleagues to assist in our Operations locally.”