Two people face a raft of charges after a large drug bust by the Huron-Perth Community Street Crimes Unit.

Around 1 o’clock Thursday morning, Perth County OPP stopped a vehicle on Main Street in Palmerston as part of a drug trafficking investigation.

Officers arrested two people in the vehicle and they found suspected fentanyl and meth after searching it.

Police say they also seized Canadian currency, a BB gun and drug trafficking paraphernalia including packaging materials, a digital scale, an electronic device and cell phones.

The suspected drugs are worth over $72,000 and the property is pegged at over $6,000.

A 32-year-old Wroxeter woman and a 36-year-old Stratford man each face charges.