Two teenagers in court over '£40,000 worth of drugs' at Aberdeen Railway Station

Aberdeen railway station Police said drugs were recovered at Aberdeen railway station

Two teenagers have appeared in court after drugs with an estimated street value of £40,000 were recovered in Aberdeen.

A 15-year-old male who cannot be named and Irving Adjei, 19, both from London, faced drugs charges at the city's sheriff court.

Both made no plea and were released on bail.

The recovery was made at Aberdeen railway station, in Guild Street, on Friday.

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