ORGANISED Crime Branch detectives are jubilant after taking £400,000 worth of drugs off the streets of Northern Ireland.
As a result of the intelligence-led operation, two men have been charged with a number of drugs offences.
It follows planned raids in Poleglass west Belfast and Crumlin, Co Antrim during which Class A cocaine and Class B herbal cannabis worth £400,000 were seized on Monday.
According to the PSNI, detectives also recovered a quantity of stolen goods including cameras and car tyres.
A 30-year-old man is to face charges including drug dealing, possession of drugs, conspiracy to supply drugs and also handling stolen goods.
His 23-year-old co-accused is also charges with a string of drug offences and having stolen goods.
The suspects are due to face Craigavon Magistrates’ Court this morning, Wednesday, May 21.
The PSNI say that two women, aged 30 and 55, were also arrested by the Organised Crime Branch, have been released pending a report to the Public Prosecution Service.