A police crackdown on methamphetamine and cannabis dealing in South Auckland has seen 37 people arrested and charged.
Counties Manukau police said they have carried out 36 searches of 'tinnie houses' in the last two weeks.
They seized 51 grams of methamphetamine, equipment for making methamphetamine, 111 cannabis plants, 1899 grams of harvested cannabis and more than $16,500 cash.
Thirty-seven people were charged with offences including manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine for supply, possession of cannabis for supply, cultivating cannabis and unlawful possession of a firearm.
Detective Inspector Dave Lynch said the operation was aimed at making a statement against drug dealing in South Auckland.
He said it showed 'tinnie houses' were hubs for criminal activity.
"The results of the last two weeks highlight why drug dealing houses are being targeted by police, and why communities need to join together to send a clear message that drug dealing houses won't be tolerated in their neighbourhoods."