A MAN has been arrested after cocaine worth an estimated value of £400,000 was seized in Fife.

A search warrant was carried out and a 21-year-old man was charged.

The incident happened on Wednesday and police officers recovered the Class A drug worth an estimated value of £400,000.

The man appeared appeared at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court yesterday (Thursday) following the search at an address in the Cable Road area of Glenrothes.

Inspector Kirk Donnelly said: “This is a substantial amount of drugs which has been recovered which would have ultimately made its way on to the streets of Glenrothes and wider Fife area.

"Local officers continue to work with our partners and the local community and rely on information to identify those involved in the production and distribution of controlled drugs.

"I would urge anyone who has any information on the sale of any illegal substances to contact their local police station on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers 0800 555 1111.”