The New Albany Police Department seized drugs and guns in a raid to execute a search warrant March 1 at 2361 McCutcheon Road in Columbus, which is outside New Albany and south of Easton, according to city spokesman Scott McAfee.
No one was home, but officers found 100 marijuana plants, several pounds of processed marijuana, oxycodone pills, psychedelic mushrooms, three rifles and one handgun, he said.
No arrests have been made, McAfee said.
The seizure was the culmination of a two-month investigation that originated from a tip police received, he said.
The city's Facebook page said the McCutcheon Road house was "where the investigation led."
New Albany worked with the Columbus Division of Police to set up the raid, according to McAfee.
Anyone with tips about illegal activities always is encouraged to contact police, he said.
In New Albany, the number to call is 614-855-1234.
Anyone who has a life-threatening emergency or is witnessing an illegal activity in progress should call 911, he said.