DRUGS, stolen goods and assets estimated to be worth more than £1m have been recovered by police in Yorkshire and Humberside.
Officers working on the cross-border Maximum Impact operation have also arrested 6,000 people during the 10-day anti-crime purge.
Raids on properties have uncovered drug factories and jewellery finds.
They also led to the recovery of 117 weapons, including several in Mirfield.
Detectives said forces sharing information had proved vital.
In South Yorkshire an operation in Rotherham led to 43 alcohol seizures from under-age youths.
Also, 19 vehicles were seized with help from the DVLA.
In Doncaster a lorry and a Ford Transit van stolen from West Yorkshire and loaded with metal were recovered.
The total value was estimated at £80,000.
A large amount of cannabis was recovered during a raid at a caravan site in North Yorkshire.
Police also recovered stolen property worth £10,000 in a separate operation.
Humberside police seized 14 vehicles for document offences in its area.