Three in court after police recover £1.35 million of drugs from Scots property

The discovery was made on Tresta Road in Gilshochill
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Three men have appeared in court facing drug-supplying charges after police recovered illicit substances worth around £1.35 million.

Jack Sanderson, 29, or Renfrew, Martin Tracey, also 29, of Glasgow, and Andrew Stirling, 41, of Glasgow, appeared in private at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Monday.

The trio were charged under the Misuse of Drugs act 1971. None of the three men made a plea or declaration.

They were committed for further examination and released on bail. They are due to appear back in court at a later date.

On Thursday, officers raided a property on Tresta Road in the Gilshochill area of Glasgow, at around 6.10pm, after finding a “significant quantity of cocaine” and other “drug-related equipment”.

Detective Superintendent Steven Elliot, of Police Scotland's Organised Crime and Counter Terrorism Unit, previously said: “I’d like to thank the community for their continued support and information which helps us remove illegal, harmful substances from our streets.”

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