Mandurah detectives have had a significant victory in the war on drugs after two raids at local properties has led to the confiscation of $4 million worth of methylamphetamine.
Mandurah Detective Senior Sergeant Trevor Troy said officers executed a misuse of drugs search warrant on a Greenfields home on April 12.
He said detectives found 3.8 kilograms of meth, cannabis, and $15,000 cash.
A 52-year-old man was charged with possessing a trafficable amount of meth with the intent to sell or supply, possessing unlawfully obtained property and possessing a prohibited drug.
Senior Sergeant Troy said detectives executed a search warrant on an address in Ravenswood on April 24.
He said detectives found 1.8 kilograms of meth, stolen property to the value of $20,000 and pepper spray.
A 26-year-old man was charged with several offences including possessing a trafficable amount of meth with intent to sell or supply.
Senior Sergeant Troy said the total street value of the meth seized during these two search warrants was about $4.2 million.
"These seizures have had a significant impact on the availability of the drugs in the Mandurah area and Mandurah Detectives will continue to target anyone identified as being involved in the distribution of methylamphetamine," he said.
"WA Police is dedicated to targeting illicit drug use, particularly amphetamine use, and drug dealers and traffickers right across Western Australia, and further afield, due the harm it causes individuals and society as a whole.
"We are grateful for the information the public has provided to Crime Stoppers, and the assistance we're getting to go after offenders in fighting the scourge."