A man and a woman have appeared in court in connection with one of the largest police seizures of heroin this year.
Officers from Strathclyde Police uncovered a stash of heroin with a street value of £3.5 million as well as £175,000 worth of cannabis during raids in Glasgow.
The discovery was made as homes were searched in Shawhill Road, Pollokshaws, and Mavisbank Gardens, near Kinning Park in the city on Wednesday afternoon.
Around 350 cannabis plants were found at a unit on an industrial estate in Lloyd Street, Rutherglen.
At Glasgow Sheriff Court Kevin Farrell, 26, faced charges of producing and supplying drugs as well as being involved in organised crime.
He entered no plea or declaration and was remanded in custody.
Jade Moffat, 28, was charged with the supply of drugs. She entered no plea or declaration and was released on bail.
After the police operation Detective Chief Inspector Ricky Ness said: "This is one of the largest seizures the force has made this year and shows our ongoing commitment to keeping people safe by ridding Strathclyde's streets of the menace of drugs and tackling serious and organised crime."