Fourteen people for court after heroin and cocaine seized in raids
Thirty officers executed six search warrants in Fraserburgh and St Combs in Aberdeenshire on Friday.
A 16-year-old boy is among more than a dozen people set to appear in court following drugs raids in Aberdeenshire.
Thirty officers executed six search warrants in Fraserburgh and St Combs on Friday, resulting in the seizure of heroin and cocaine worth around £5000.
A low four-figure sum of cash was also recovered.
Nine men aged between 16 and 46 and five women aged between 26 and 41, including three from the Liverpool area, have been charged.
They are expected to appear at Peterhead Sheriff Court on Monday.
Police Scotland detective inspector Stuart McAdam said: "Friday's activities add to the recent success of Operation Banook, during which we have seen a significant quantity of controlled drugs being removed from the streets of Aberdeenshire.
"We are determined to utilise all of the resources available to us to take action."