Drugs, cash and stolen property have been found in Bournemouth.
Eighteen people have been arrested in Bournemouth by police targeting suspected drug dealers and related crime.
The arrests were made in the last two weeks, after eleven warrants were carried out in Boscombe.
A large amount of substances thought to be heroin and crack cocaine have been seized and a property where cannabis plants were being grown has been shut down.
Items believed to be stolen from a recent burglary has also been recovered as well as a large amount of money believed to be from money laundering operations.
Some of the 18 people arrested have been charged and others have been released on police bail, pending further enquires.
The charges cover a range of alleged offences including possession with intent to supply drugs, possession of drugs, production of cannabis, money laundering, burglary and handling stolen goods.
Chief Inspector Chris Weeks said: "I want to send out a clear message to those who sell and use Class A drugs in Boscombe that Dorset Police will not tolerate drug activity and every opportunity will be taken to seek out those involved in it.
"In the year since the commencement of Operation Crackdown, 71 Misuse of Drugs warrants have been executed – resulting in 81 arrests and 11 alleged offenders charged.
"The community has formed an integral part of the success of this operation providing a steady flow of information to the police.
"I would like to thank all those members of the public that have helped us, their community spirit has been commendable.
"I would encourage anyone who has information or concerns about alleged drug offences to contact the police in confidence.
"Together we will continue to tackle this problem and reduce crime.”
Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101. Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply.