Perth pharmacist charged over pseudoephedrine sales

 West Australian police on Sunday said they had searched Khan's Market City Pharmacy in Canning Vale after monitoring sales of pseudoephedrine-based medication from the premises.

It will be alleged that over a four month period, the man from nearby Forrestdale unlawfully sold 191 packets of the medication through the pharmacy.

Police said it would be further alleged that individuals bought more than 55 packets without identification on two occasions.

The sales potentially provided the basis for more than 475 grams of street-level methylamphetamine with a conservative value of more than $210,000, police said.

The man was charged with two counts of possessing a certain substance over a prescribed amount and eight counts of possessing a certain substance.

He is due to appear in the Armadale Magistrates Court on 29 June.