Three men and a woman have been charged after more than four kilograms of ice, with an estimated street value of two million dollars, was seized during a series of raids across Sydney's west.
Officers attached to Strike Force Algebra, which has been investigating the supply of methylamphetamine since December 2016, swooped on a property on Weston Street, Rosehill at 1pm yesterday arresting two men, aged 23 and 24.
During a search, two kilograms of 'ice' was allegedly found, before the pair was charged with a raft of drug supply offences.
Simultaneous search warrants were then carried out in South Wentworthville and on two properties in Parramatta where a range of drugs were found, along with cash, weapons and a number of mobile phones.
All up, officers located more than 1.7kgs of 'meth', other drugs including heroin, cocaine, opium and steroids, along with more than $24,000 in cash and weapons like capsicum spray and an extendable baton.
A 29 year old man was arrested at the South Wentworthville address and a 24 year old woman taken into custody at one of the Parramatta properties.
All four will be fronting Sydney courts today.