Three men have been charged after cannabis and cash were seized in Lightning Ridge.
About 5.40pm on Tuesday, officers from Central North Police District executed a search warrant at a home on Fantasia Street.
During the search, police seized a total of 1.6 kilograms of cannabis leaf, more than $30,000 cash, drug paraphernalia and three mobile phones.
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Three men - aged 20, 24 and 33 - were arrested at the home and taken to Lightning Ridge Police Station.
They were all charged with supply cannabis (between indictable and commercial quantity), and deal with property proceeds of crime.
They have been granted conditional bail to appear at Lightning Ridge Local Court on Tuesday, July 14.
Central North Police District Commander Superintendent Andrew Hurst said it was important for members of the community to speak up if they knew anything about drug supply or drug-related offences.
"The members of our community are our eyes and ears and we rely on you to report anything suspicious," Superintendent Hurst said.
"We encourage anyone with information about the supply or manufacture of prohibited drugs to contact their local police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000."