Police have busted a major drug ring and seized 1.8 tonnes of drugs worth 31 million ringgit the biggest haul so far in Malaysian history.
Six suspects, including two women, were also arrested in the raid in Batu Pahat, Johor last night.
In the midnight raid, police uncovered the drug lab at a house in Taman Flora Heights, Batu Pahat.
Subsequently, police raided two other houses, believed to have been used as a store by the drug ring.
In these raids, police discovered an assortment of drugs weighing a whopping 1.8 tonnes with a street value of 31 million ringgit.
The drugs included syabu, ecstasy pills and heroin.
Also seized were raw materials used to make the drugs, two firearms and 217 round of bullets.
Federal Narcotics Director Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim added that the drugs were to be smuggled out to neighbouring countries.
The suspects, aged between 24 and 52, have been remanded for seven days to facilitate investigation.