Two arrests after drugs raid at Glasgow flat

Drugs with an estimated street value of £900,000 have been discovered at a flat in Dalmarnock, Glasgow.

Police acting under warrant searched the flat in Lily Street at about 08:00 on Friday.

They found drugs, believed to be Methylone powder - which can be used to make fake ecstasy tablets - amphetamine and a small amount of cannabis.

A 23-year-old-man and a woman, aged 21, have been arrested and detained in connection with the find.

Det Sgt Joe O'Neill, of Police Scotland's Greater Glasgow Pro-active Unit, said: "This was a significant recovery and shows our commitment to keeping people safe.

"I would encourage anyone who has any information about the sale or supply of such drugs to contact police."

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