Gardaí have seized more than €85,000 worth of suspected heroin and crack cocaine in Limerick city.
The first discovery was made on Wednesday at around 10.00pm.
Officers from the Henry Street district carried out a search of a public area on St Senan Street, following reports of suspicious activity.
During the search, Gardaí seized €33,000 worth of suspected heroin and €14,000 of suspected crack cocaine.
The suspected drugs have been sent for analysis.
Gardaí also seized approximately €38,500 worth of suspected heroin in the Careys Road Park area of Limerick that same day.
Shortly before 11.00am, officers from the Roxboro Road district searched of a public area in Careys Road Park - and discovered €38,500 worth of suspected heroin.
No arrests have been made and both investigations are ongoing.
Speaking at Roxboro Road Garda station, Superintendent Dermot O'Connor said: "Over €85,000 worth of suspected heroin and crack cocaine was taken off the streets yesterday in the Henry Street and Roxboro Road districts.
"I would like to thank the community who continue to work with us and urge more people to report anything they feel is out of the ordinary, not just for drug use or drug dealing."