DRUGS, guns and cash were seized in a police operation to smash an organised crime ring.
Nine homes were raided in Greetland, Salterhebble, Holywell Green, Wheatley, Pellon, Bailiff Bridge and Illingworth.
Nine men and two women were arrested on suspicion of money laundering and drug offences.
Police seized a firearm, mobile phones and financial documents.
Cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines worth an estimated £120,000 were confiscated. About £170,000 in cash was also taken at the end of a 14-month investigation.
Det Insp Noel Devine said: “The aim was to dismantle an organised crime group and we believe we have achieved that.
“We hope this is a warning to criminals. People can help us by ringing CrimeStoppers.
“The information a caller has could be the last piece of the jigsaw.”
Chief Supt Alan Ford said: “Members of the public regularly say getting drugs off of our streets is top priority.
“By giving us information about where such activity is taking place we can take action and hit the dealers where it hurts.
“Police are confiscating more and more assets of illegal activity and criminals are finding that, when they come out of prison, they no longer have their ill-gotten gains.”