Two men have been charged after $42 million worth of drugs were found stashed in suitcases in inner Sydney.
Police uncovered almost 120 kilograms of drugs in a search of a house in Pyrmont on Friday.
The haul included 61kg of cocaine blocks, 29kg of Ketamine and 27kg of MDMA pills in seven suitcases as part of a probe into a drug ‘safe house’.
A massive cache of drugs was found in a Sydney ‘safe house’ on Friday (pictured)
All up about 120kg of various drugs was seized including ketamine, MDMA and cocaine
Two men aged 24 and 31 were arrested at the property and were each charged with three counts of suppling a prohibited drug in a large commercial quantity.
They were refused bail and are set to appear in Parramatta Local Court on Saturday.
NSW Police Detective Superintendent Peter Faux said authorities would continue to target drug supplies across the state.
‘We can relentlessly pursue anyone involved in putting drugs on our streets,’ Det Supt Faux said.
Two men were arrested and charged in connection to the raid
Police did not reveal the estimated street value of the drugs but they are believed to be worth in the tens of millions