Police have seized more than 750 cannabis plants worth some $2 million in Sydney's southwest.
Search warrants were executed at two units in Bankstown early on Tuesday.
A sophisticated hydroponic set-up was found and dismantled in both units, and a total of 704 plants worth approximately $1,927,000 were seized.
Clothing and hydroponic equipment were also seized at both units.
Separate search warrants were carried out at homes in Yagoona and Padstow on Wednesday.
Fifty-one cannabis plants worth an estimated $250,000 were found and seized at Yagoona.
At Padstow officers found drugs including cannabis and allegedly stolen vehicles including a BMW sedan and excavator and trailer.
No arrests have been made.