Two Aylesbury homes have been raided by police this morning as part of an operation to crack down on organised crime.
Officers carried out warrants at properties in Eastern Street and Bernard Crescent, with what is believed to be Class A drugs found at the latter.
Nothing was found at the Eastern Street home and no one was arrested at either address.
The raids were part of Operation Raglan, which has seen 17 properties raided across the Thames Valley.
So far 14 people have been arrested and around £35,000 that is suspected to have been made from crime has been recovered.
Det Supt David Poole said: “The clear message this operation sends to criminals is not to commit crime or we will arrest you and take your cash.
“Operations such as this need intelligence and information from our communities and I would like to thank those who have supplied information which has fed into this investigation.”