Police have arrested and charged a 44-year-old man with cultivating and trafficking cannabis after discovering grow houses in four different Canberra suburbs on Monday.
The man is expected to appear in court on Tuesday.
ACT Policing began an investigation with help from Queensland Police and the Australian Border Force after the man's fingerprints were allegedly found on 30 kilograms of cannabis seized from a car in Queensland last month.
The investigation led officers to raid four homes in the northern Canberra suburbs of Belconnen, Bonner, Moncrieff and Harrison on Monday.
Police say each of the homes contained "sophisticated and extensive hydroponic set-ups" to support the cultivation of commercial cannabis crops.
"Police seized 51 cannabis seedlings and 230 established plants of varied sizes," ACT Policing said in a statement.
"More than $90,000 worth of dried cannabis in single pound bags was seized."
Despite new cannabis laws passed earlier this year, it remains illegal in the ACT to have a hydroponic cannabis set-up and for adults to cultivate more than two plants each, or four per household. Adults can also only possess up to 50 grams of dried cannabis.
Police allege fake identification was used to obtain tenancy agreements at each of the homes.
"There is no evidence that any of the homeowners were aware their properties were being used for commercial cannabis production and these homeowners will be many thousands of dollars out of pocket as a result of the damage and contamination of their properties," police said.
ACT Policing encouraged anyone renting a property, and particularly property managers, to use ID Match to confirm the validity of documents.
The force also urged them to look at pictures of the allegedly fake identity documents released on Monday.
Anyone who recognises these documents is asked to contact police on 131 444.
Police also encouraged anyone with information on illegal drug supply or cultivation to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Information can be provided anonymously.