Detectives from the Proactive Unit in Fife have been carrying out drug enforcement activity at an address in Rosyth.
Acting on vital intelligence gathered from members of the public, officers seized over 1kg of the Class B drug amphetamine, with a potential street value of £10,000.
A 30-year-old man has been arrested and charged. He will appear at Dunfermline Sheriff Court tomorrow.
Detective Constable Gillian Drummond said: “This significant recovery demonstrates our commitment to listen to concerns voiced by our communities and taking meaningful action to tackle these issues.
“Drugs have an extremely harmful impact on families and individuals across the country and arresting those involved in this is a top priority for Police Scotland.
“I can reassure the public that we will always act on information that is passed to us and take appropriate action thereafter.”
Anyone who wants to report a crime in their area is encouraged to do so by calling Police Scotland on 101, or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.