Two drug busts in Seymour within a week have resulted in police seizing quantities of methamphetamine and other drugs.

Detective Acting Sergeant Luke Bryan said the two warrants were unrelated.

He said the raids were a result of two separate investigations taking place over the past two months.

Two people were arrested following a search of a Seymour premises on June 11, where more than 30 grams of methamphetamine and 250mL of GHB were allegedly seized along with prohibited weapons and a large amount of cash.

Police say the street value of the seized drugs is estimated to be about $9000.

Both offenders were remanded in custody for drug trafficking offences.

“The warrant was the culmination of an extensive long-running investigation, aimed at reducing the scourge of meth amphetamine on the streets,” Det Act Sgt Bryan said.

Mitchell Crime Investigation Unit and Seymour Divisional Tasking Unit detectives executed another warrant in Seymour on June 6.

Police seized an amount of methamphetamine, a stolen vehicle and other items.

Five people were arrested and three charged, with a Tallarook man, 29, further remanded in custody to appear at court for burglary and theft-related offences.