DRUGS worth an estimated $1.5 million have been seized following a raid on a home in Morley on Christmas Eve.
A 47-year-old woman has been charged over the drug haul.
The drug raid was carried out by Midland Detectives on Tuesday in collaboration with Australian Customs and Border Protection officers.
During the search on the Beechboro Road home, clip seal bags believed to contain drugs were allegedly found as well as approximately 3kg of drugs believed to be methylamphetamine.
They also located over $17,000 in cash.
The estimated value of the drugs seized is in excess of $1.5 million.
The 47-year-old Morley woman has been charged with possession of a prohibited drug with the intent to sell or supply.
She appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court on December 24 and will reappear again next month.
December 26 2013
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