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Properties raided as part of crackdown on drugs in Inverurie


By David Porter

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Police officers carried out raids on Sunday morning at four locations in Inverurie as part of an ongoing operation.

Sergeant Cat Denham of Inverurie police office said: “Officers in Inverurie executed drugs warrants, alongside specialist resources, at four addresses in Market Place, Station Road and Watson Court around 8am on Sunday, July 18, as part of an ongoing investigation and enquiries remain ongoing.

“Disrupting the supply of illegal substances in our community remains a top priority for the local Community Policing Teams in Inverurie and I would encourage anyone with information or concerns to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”



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