The police in Cumbria have seized over £1 million pounds of drugs in an operation targeting organised crime in West Cumbria.
Officers conducting Operation Kibosh executed 36 search warrants and arrested 29 people during February and March.
Dozens of properties were raided in Workington, Seaton, Maryport, Silloth, Wigton, Whitehaven, Cleator Moor and Millom.
Five cannabis farms were identified by police containing £800,000 of cannabis plants along with £220,000 of cannabis resin.
The police say that stolen goods and other controlled drugs were also found at a number of properties.
Detective Chief Inspector Keith Capstick said that it had dealt a big blow to organised crime in the area.
Five people have been charged with drugs-related offences in connection with Operation Kibosh.
Six have received cautions and a further 18 are on police bail.