Two men and a woman have been charged in connection with a £250,000 heroin seizure.
A 42-year-old woman and two men, aged 50 and 35, were remanded at Dundee Sheriff Court on Wednesday.
They were arrested after Tayside Police's serious crime unit discovered the drugs in Broughty Ferry on Tuesday.
Police estimate the potential street value of the heroin at £250,000.
Assistant Chief Constable Angela Wilson said: "Drugs are the blight of our communities, causing people and neighbourhoods significant harm while serious and organised criminals line their pockets. They care for no one but themselves as they peddle their poison.
"Through our close collaboration with partner agencies and the tremendous assistance that we get from the public we will continue to target those individuals who deal drugs in our communities.
"The hard work and dedication of the serious crime unit and their colleagues across the force have made a tangible impact on the quantities of drugs available within Dundee and beyond.
"I share their passion in striving to make a difference and I want the public to know that we will continue to act on their behalf. We don't hold all the information. People living in Tayside see what happens within their communities and I want them to know that they can speak out. Tell us what you know and we will act.
"Together we can make it impossible for these criminals to prosper in our communities. We have demonstrated that we will arrest people and put them before the courts. We will go after them repeatedly if they continue to break the law. No one should doubt our determination to disrupt their illicit trade, break their will and bring the criminal enterprise to its knees."
The unit has seized class A and B drugs with a street value of almost £1.8 million as well as around £100,000 in cash from organised crime groups in Tayside since April.