Cannabis worth nearly €2m has been seized at an industrial unit in west Dublin.
Nearly 100kg of the drug was uncovered by the cross-border Joint Agency Task Force in two crates at the unit in Clondalkin today.
Three men aged 57, 49 and 32-years-old were arrested at the scene.
After a follow-up search in Northern Ireland, police arrested another woman and seized half-a-kilogram of cocaine worth around €35,000.
The searches were carried out as part of a JATF operation targeting cross-border organised crime.
The task force was set up in 2015 as part of the Fresh Start Agreement.
It is made up of Gardaí , the PSNI, revenue officer in both jurisdictions, the Criminal Assets bureau and the UK National Crime Agency.