Class A drugs, thought to be worth 1.5 million, were found at a Catford address on Thursday.
A man in his 30s and a 15 year old girl were arrested yesterday morning suspected of intent to supply and are being questioned at a South London Police Station. London Met have today confirmed that both suspects are still in custody and that a woman in her 40s was also arrested after attending a police station.
Officers from the Whitefoot Safer Neighbourhoods Team entered the address on Torridon Road, Catford, after obtaining a warrant.
Once inside, they found drugs packages in a number of rooms, and in the rear garden. The drugs (believed to be crack, cocaine and heroin) were found alongside syringes and mixing agents.
MPS Matt French, from Whitefoot Safer Neighbourhoods Team, said: “We acted on local intelligence and what we have found today is one of the largest hauls of drugs ever discovered in Lewisham.
“I hope this shows we will act on any intelligence we receive (no matter how small) in order to target those who are believed to be involved in the production, supply or use of drugs. We encourage people with concerns or information about drugs to contact us directly, or to speak anonymously to Crimestoppers.”