Three charged after £250k worth of heroin found in Falkirk

A woman and two men have been charged after heroin valued at £250,000 was recovered by police.

The drugs were found on Monday in the Church Place area of Falkirk.

Detective Inspector Kenneth McAndrew, of Forth Valley proactive CID, said: "Tackling the sale and supply of drugs is a top priority for police in Forth Valley.

"We would also appeal to the public to keep providing us with information.''

The men, aged 25 and 28, and the woman, aged 39, have been charged and appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court earlier.

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