A MAN is behind bars after being caught with almost £4m of drugs in Clydebank.

Kevin Dallas was snared after a raid at a house in McCreery street, in March this year.

Police had initially been alerted to a disturbance there.

Prosecutor Gillian Ross told the High Court in Glasgow it was “immediately apparent” drugs were being stored at the property.

This included £3.3m of cocaine, £124,000 of cannabis as well more than £40,000 of heroin.

Police also seized 800,000 etizolam pills valued at £409,000.

The hearing was told officers were initially unable to trace Dallas.

But, the 45 year-old was later held after agreeing to appear at a local police station.

His QC John Scullion told the court: “This is a case where he allowed himself to be used by others.

“He was unaware of the type, quantity and value of the drugs.”

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Dallas today pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of cocaine, heroin, cannabis and etizolam.

Lord Mulholland remanded him in custody pending sentencing in August.