Two men were arrested in a separate search in Banbridge
PSNI detectives have seized a large quantity of suspected drugs following a search in north Belfast.
Officers from the Organised Crime Unit made the discovery on Friday night after searching a property in the Newington Street area.
During the planned search, officers seized approximately 30,000 suspected Xanax tablets, as well as a large quantity of suspected Class B controlled drugs.
Police also seized drug-related paraphernalia. Detective Inspector Andrew Hamlin says enquiries are continuing.
Seperately, two men were arrested following the seizure of an estimated stg£70,000 (€78,450) worth of suspected drugs in Banbridge.
Police stopped a Volkswagen Golf on the Newry Road, travelling northbound on the A1, at around 9.00pm on Friday night.
They carried out a search of the vehicle and found suspected Class A and Class B drugs.
Police also seized suspected ammunition and a number of electronic devices.
Two men, aged in their 40s, were arrested on suspicion of drugs-related offences.