More than €2.5m worth of drugs has been seized by Gardaí following separate operations in Dublin and Longford.
An assortment of drugs was discovered in the Kingswood area of Dublin after officers carried out a search of a house on Thursday.
During the course of this search, they discovered 34 kilos of vacuum packed cannabis with an estimated value of €680,000, MDMA with an estimated value of €40,860, pink Upjohn tablets valued at €22,146, blue ecstasy tablets valued at €176,190, pink powder for Upjohn tablets valued at €168,000 and €3,550 respectively, white ecstasy tablets valued at €66,240, ketamine valued at €60,000, Xanax tablets valued at €81,700 and further ecstasy valued at €1,187,500.
All the drugs were seized subject to analysis.
In addition to the suspected controlled drugs, suspected drugs paraphernalia - including a drugs press, mixing machine, weighing scales and storage material - were also recovered.
A full investigation has been launched and no arrests have been made.
Chief Superintendent Finbarr Murphy said this is another example of the impact of Operation Tara on drug dealing.
"We will continue to detect and aggressively disrupt illegal drug dealing at all levels in order to protect our communities from the ravages of drugs.
"I will continue to increase the allocation of resources to meet this challenge".
Separately Gardaí also seized some €52,000 worth of drugs at farm lands in Co Longford.
The drugs were discovered on Thursday by members of the Longford/Roscommon Divisional Drugs Unit.
They carried out a search of farmlands in the Ballinalee area at around 10.00pm.
During the course of the search, €20,000 worth of suspected cannabis herb was found - along with €16,000 worth of suspected cocaine, and €16,000 worth of suspected ecstasy tablets.
No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.