Three men were arrested yesterday following a raid on two properties in Adelaide's northern outskirts after police allegedly found methamphetamine worth $10 million.
Detectives from Organised Crime Investigation Branch (OCIB) along with STAR group raided a house in Bibaringa, near Gawler, and found 7.5 kilograms of methamphetamine.
Police have alleged the methamphetamine was being was being processed in a drug laboratory set up in a shed.
Further investigations led police to a house in Lewiston were a large quantity of the drug was also found.
A 24-year-old Virginia man and a 21-year-old Munno Para Downs man were arrested and charged with trafficking a commercial quantity of a controlled drug.
A 28-year-old Lewiston man was also arrested and charged with possessing a controlled drug for sale.
OCIB Detective Inspector Philip Newitt said the discovery followed an investigation that had been running for several months.
"We're very happy with the results," Mr Newitt said.
Mr Newitt said the drugs were probably bound for the local market and reminded people of the dangers involved in producing drugs.