A cannabis farm with plants worth around £20,000 has been discovered in a Carmarthenshire village.
Dyfed-Powys Police also recovered two quad bikes and an off-road motorbike all suspected of being stolen.
Officers responding to information received entered a property in Llangain, on the outskirts of Carmarthen, on Thursday morning.
They seized 16 mature cannabis plants, 20 cannabis saplings, more than 450g of herbal cannabis in tubs, and approximately 2.9g of brown powder suspected to be heroin. The cannabis is estimated to have a street value of £20,000.
Officers also recovered two Kawasaki 300 quad bikes and a Honda off-road motorbike, all of which had their serial numbers removed.
A 44-year-old woman and a 45-year-old man were arrested on suspicion of the production and possession of controlled substances and theft. They have been released under investigation pending further inquiries.
The warrant was the fifth executed in and around Carmarthen in recent days as teams crack down on the supply of drugs in the area.
Inspector Justin Ellerton said: “Officers from various teams across the Carmarthenshire division have worked together to target the supply of drugs in the area – and in particular, Carmarthen town – this week.
“It has been very successful, with large quantities of drugs seized before they could make it into the community and criminal behaviour disrupted.”