Quebec police officers out of the Mauricie region have seized over 800,000 methamphetamine tablets and other drugs, cash and firearms in a series of raids across the province.

A news release from the Mauricie Regional Joint Task Force (MRE) reports that police searched five locations in Trois-Rivieres and three vehicles.

In those raids, officers seized 445,000 methamphetamine tablets, cocaine, hashish, brass knuckles and a machine gun.

In the Eastern Townships, three houses and a car were searched in Richmond, Cleveland and Ste-Cecile-de-Whitton where officers found 1,600 tablets, other drugs, cash and a sawed-off rifle.

In three house searches and two vehicle searches in Jonquiere and Lac Kenogami in the Saguenay, officers seized the two vehicles along with $120,000 in cash, more tablets, cocaine and counterfeit driver's licenses. They also seized a handgun and a polymer firearm along with ammunition.

In Gatineau, officers seized 20,000 tablets at one dwelling, and in Laval, 215,000 tablets were found in a warehouse.

In Saint-Eustache, more than 75,000 tablets were seized along with four kilograms of pure methamphetamine, a kilo of MDMA and other drugs, while in Montreal, two handguns and ammunition were seized along with over $26,000.

Finally, in Lavaltrie, two firearms and 62,000 tablets were seized along with two vehicles.

Police did not report any arrests on Thursday.