DRUGS with an estimated street value of around £140,000 have been seized during police raids.
Two men - aged 32 and 66 - were arrested and houses raided in Lisburn and the Short Strand area of Belfast as part of an operation into organised crime.
Police said they believed the find was connected to a gang involved in drug dealing.
Detective Inspector Barry Hamilton said, during the search in the Short Strand area, officers recovered suspected Class A and B drugs, namely cocaine with an estimated street value of over £100,000 and suspected herbal cannabis with an estimated street value of £40,000; and £22,000 in cash.
"At a second address in the Short Strand, officers seized €1000 in cash and a number of mobiles were seized from an address in Lisburn," he said.
"We will continue to robustly and proactively pursue those who are intent on damaging our communities by supplying illegal drugs and the communities."