Police across the east of Scotland have carried out one of their biggest ever operations targeting people living believed to be living the high life by profiting from crime.
Police in the Lothian and Borders area have seized over three million pounds of assets from people who've been living on the cash they make from crime.
It follows a huge response to a high profile campaign where members of the public were asked to report people they thought were living beyond their means. Officers targeted suspects over the last two days. Cars, drugs and cash have been confiscated
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