Police have seized one million pounds worth of suspected cocaine linked to an address in Dartford, and have charged four men, all from south east London and north Kent.
Ten kilogrammes of the Class A substance were found when Kent Police officers stopped a vehicle in the Chessington area of Surrey on Thursday, July 30.
An address in Dartford was also raided as part of the same investigation on the same day, with cocaine worth a total of £1 million seized.
Detectives from Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate have since arrested and charged four men with conspiring to supply cocaine.
The charged men are; Mark Lazarus, 55, of Nightingale Vale, Woolwich, Colin Mugalu, 39, of Havelock Road, Greenhithe, Simon Kambagu, 32, of Sun Court, Erith, and Robbie Dunn, 25, of Hilltop Gardens, Dartford.
They have all been remanded in custody to appear at Maidstone Crown Court on Tuesday, September 1.
Kent Police say they stopped the car in Surrey as part of an ongoing investigation into the supply of drugs in Kent.