Two people are being questioned after the discovery of a cannabis-growing operation in the attic of a house in Bray, Co Wicklow.
Officers from the Bray Drugs Unit raided the house in the Fassaroe estate at around 10.30pm last night.
They discovered over 100 plants growing in the attic that had been specially modified with lighting, heat lamps and irrigation systems.
A man and a woman believed to be from Wicklow were arrested and are being detained.
The value of the drugs seized is estimated to be around €20,000.
Elsewhere, a man and a woman have been arrested after what gardaí described as a sophisticated cannabis cultivation operation was uncovered in Co Meath.
The find was a result of an ongoing operation targeting organised criminal activity in the north Dublin and Meath areas.
Members from the Criminal Assets Bureau and Navan Garda Station made the discovery as they searched a house at Grennan, Drumcondrath, Co Meath earlier today.
More than 400 cannabis plants were found at the house.
Gardaí say the seizure has a potential street value of €120,000.
The two are being held at Navan Garda Station.