GARDAÍ made a large drugs and guns bust in west Dublin over the weekend.
It is the latest in a series of operations targeting gangs in the area.
Detectives recovered a drug cache worth about €1 million and seized two firearms when they raided a house in Newcastle.
The drugs included 144kg of cannabis resin, estimated to have a street value of over €1m, as well cocaine, with a final street value of €70,000.
The exact value of the drugs will be determined after examination by the state forensic science laboratory.
The search was conducted by detectives from Rathcoole and Clondalkin Garda supported by the Clondalkin drugs unit.
Gardaí said they also found two firearms and a quantity of ammunition in the house.
No one was in the house at the time and there were no arrests. A Garda spokesman said the operation was ongoing.
On September 11, gardaí in west Dublin seized a sawn-off shotgun after an off-duty member witnessed shots being fired in the Blanchardstown area.
Following a Garda operation, two men were arrested and the firearm confiscated.
Gardaí in west Dublin made significant seizures of drugs and firearms in the Finglas area in linked operations.
On September 8, they searched a car and seized €80,000 worth of cannabis.
The following day a man was arrested and a sawn-off shotgun recovered in Finglas south.
In a follow-up operation the day after, gardaí recovered a crossbow and 10 crossbow bolts, a .45 calibre handgun and five rounds of ammunition at a house in Navan, Co Meath.
In a related raid, they found a .22 calibre handgun at a house in Finglas west.
Also on September 10, gardaí in west Dublin found a pipe bomb and a number of shotgun cartridges in the Ronanstown area.