More than 200 cannabis plants were seized by police during a series of drug raids in Caerphilly town, Senghenydd and Trethomas.
Acting on several public tip-offs, officers from Gwent Police carried out the week-long operation.
On Friday, March 31, 14 cannabis plants were seized from an address in Commercial Street, Senghenydd. A 27-year-old man received a caution for the production of a class B drug.
On Monday, April 3, 60 plants were found at a property in Mary Street, Trethomas. A 36-year-old woman was cautioned for the production of a class B drug.
Fifty plants were seized from an address in Market Street, Caerphilly, on Tuesday, April 4.
A 23-year-old man and a 24-year-old man were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class B drugs and suspicion of the production of class B drugs respectively and were released under investigation.
On Wednesday, April 5, in St Helen’s Court, in Caerphilly, 35 plants were seized and 20 plants were seized at Long Heath Close.
The following day, 28 plants were found at Universal Villas in Senghenydd.
Sergeant Andy Elias, of Gwent Police, said: “We take the supply and use of illegal drugs seriously and we will take action based on information provided to us.”