A HELENSBURGH man was allegedly found with more than 10 wraps of heroin following a search by police.

Officers stopped the male after he exited a vehicle in the town at around 6pm last Tuesday, September 1.

After being taken to Clydebank police office, the 44-year-old, from Williamson Drive, was allegedly found to have 11 wraps of brown powder, which later tested positive as the class A drug.

The man was reported to the procurator fiscal for alleged possession of a controlled drug with the intent to supply.

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