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Drugs 'worth £2m' seized in Operation Maple in Aberdeen

Drugs with an estimated street value of more than £2m have now been seized under a long-running campaign in Aberdeen, police have revealed.

Police Scotland said Operation Maple had also led to more than 700 arrests.

Operation Maple first began in 2010.

Ch Supt Adrian Watson, divisional commander for Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, said the operation would continue.

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