Cannabis worth £50,000 has been seized from a flat after an "intelligence-led" police operation. 

Police Scotland's drug squad were called to an address in Bute Avenue in Renfrew after they received an alleged tip-off. 

The Daily Record reports around 100 plants were seized from the property during the operation, which took place on Wednesday.

Police say enquiries into the bust are ongoing. 

A spokeswoman said: "On Wednesday 9th September, as part of an intelligence-led operation, officers executed a search warrant at an address in Bute Avenue, Renfrew.

"During a search of the property a significant cannabis cultivation worth an estimated street value of £50,000 was recovered.

"Enquiries are continuing."