Police have made four arrests after uncovering almost £250,000 worth of cannabis in a cottage.
Officers targeted the property in the village of Cleland, North Lanarkshire, yesterday, where they recovered cannabis with an estimated street value of £244,000.
Two men aged 62 and 57 and two women aged 59 and 36 were arrested and were expected to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court.
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The operation follows the seizure of cannabis plants worth £1.2 million in Cumbernauld last week.
Officers searched a business property in the town's Mid Road and recovered more than 2,000 plants on February 4.