Guns, drugs and vehicles seized in Lanarkshire and Glasgow crime raids
Police have recovered drugs, guns and ammunition in a series of raids by the Serious and Organised Crime Unit.
Properties and vehicles in South Lanarkshire and Glasgow were searched under warrant on Wednesday as part of an intelligence-led operation.
Officers removed cocaine and heroin worth £680,000, three guns and a quantity of ammunition.
Two men, aged 34 and 48, have been charged and are due to appear in court on Friday.
A number of vehicles have also been confiscated by police.
'Disrupt and detect'
Det Supt Stephen Grant from the Specialist Crime Division, said: "We will stop at nothing to protect the public from serious and organised crime and the misery and despair it brings to our local communities.
"This operation has undoubtedly disrupted a serious and organised crime group, with the seizure of weapons and substantial quantities of harmful Class A drugs being removed from our streets.
"Tackling serious and organised crime remains a high priority for police and we are resolute in our determination to rid Scotland of this illegal activity. Through effective intelligence-gathering and the continued help and support from the public we will continue to disrupt and detect those involved in criminal behaviour."