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Two in court as drugs worth £100,000 seized in Aberdeen

Aberdeen railway station
Image caption The arrests were made at Aberdeen railway station last week

Two people have appeared in court after drugs with an estimated street value of £100,000 were seized at Aberdeen railway station.

Victoria Lamb, 24, of Swindon, and Marcus Haswell, 30, of London, made no plea at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and were remanded in custody.

Ms Lamb was also charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest.

Police made the arrests last Thursday night.

Officers said the drug was believed to be cocaine.

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