Sydney: Police in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) on Wednesday said it dismantled a drug lab in Sydney and charged two men in connection.
In a statement, The police said that strike force detectives had executed search warrants at a property on Horning Street, Kurnell since May 4, reports Xinhua news agency.
During the search, police located approximately 6 kg of MDMA, more than 100 kg of unrefined drug and precursor chemicals, and hundreds of items comprising a complex clandestine laboratory inside a shed at the rear of the property.
The police did not reveal the estimated street value of the seized narcotics.
Almost A$200,000 ($135,376) in cash were also seized at the scene, with all items to undergo further examination.
Two men, aged 56 and 29, were also arrested at the property and taken to a police station.
One of them was charged with manufacturing a large commercial quantity of prohibited drugs, while the other faced a charge related to taking part in drug production.
The lab was dismantled by drug and firearm specialists on Tuesday.