FOUR people were arrested after a police raid uncovered £30,000 worth of drugs in Shepherd's Bush.
Officers from Hammersmith and Fulham Drugs Squad, Payback Unit and Territorial Support Unit struck at dawn at the property in Old Oak Common Lane this morning.
It is part of an investigation of a criminal network supplying class A drugs in the borough and the W12 property is described by police as the 'stash house'.
They seized a kilo of Class A drugs and a kilo of cannabis with a combined street value of £30,000 along with large quantities of cash.
Detective Sergeant Simon Rogers, from the drugs squad, said: "This is a great result that highlights the effectiveness of the Drugs Squad and Payback Unit working in tandem to dismantle and asset strip criminal networks working within the borough."
A 30-year-old man, 40-year-old female and 17 and 18-year-old women were arrested on suspicion of money laundering and possession with intent to supply drugs.
All have been remanded in custody at a West London police station.