Cops make a pre-Christmas drug haul

A RAID executed by Coffs Clarence Police has reportedly netted $200,000 in drugs.

Police said officers attached to its Target Action Group executed a search warrant at Halfway Creek on Wednesday. 

It's alleged the drugs included a huge haul of cannabis plants with an estimated street value of $142,000 and cannabis leaf valued at $58,000.

An unregistered semi-automatic rifle and ammunition was also seized, police said. 

Investigations are continuing at this stage.

"This is a huge hit to the drug trade leading into Christmas," police said.