Three drugs syndicates were smashed following the arrest of four individuals, including a Vietnamese and a woman, in separate arrests last week.
A total of 6.6 kilogrammes of syabu, worth 1.3 million ringgit was also seized in the drug bust.
According to Bukit Aman Narcotics CID Director, Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim two men and a woman, believed to be members of a local drug syndicate, were nabbed in Kepong on October 24th.
They were arrested after police stopped their two vehicles for inspection at Jalan Rimbunan and found 500 grammes of syabu, two pistols, 12 bullets, jewellery and over 300 thousand ringgit in cash.
The authorities believed the weapons were used by the suspects as protection after concluding a drug transaction.
The following day, police arrested a Vietnamese man after finding three kilogrammes of syabu in his luggage during an inspection upon his arrival at the Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport in Kuantan.
An unclaimed luggage containing 3.1 kilogrammes of syabu was also seized at the airport.
Initial investigation showed the drugs were obtained in New Delhi, India.
All those detained, aged between 25 and 31, have been remanded for a week to facilitate with investigations under the Dangerous Drugs Act, which provides a mandatory death sentence upon conviction.