Two charged over cannabis growing in Perthshire

Two people have been charged after two cannabis cultivations, with a street value of about £100,000, were found at separate properties in Perthshire.

The Tayside Division of Police Scotland said the seizures were the result of an ongoing intelligence-led operation at addresses in Errol and Bridge of Earn.

A 46-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman are due to appear in court.

Police Scotland wants to hear from anyone who suspects that premises are being used for growing cannabis.

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