Pair had cocaine worth £679,000 in Aberdeen suburb of Peterculter

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Two men have admitted being involved in the supply of cocaine worth as much as £679,000 in the Aberdeen suburb of Peterculter.

Martin Knights, 22, and Keith Whyte, 24, were arrested by Police Scotland during Operation Galveston in February.

The High Court in Edinburgh heard how officers had received intelligence about the pair.

Police raided the Brighton Grange "safe house" and found the drugs. Sentence was deferred.

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