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A California man and woman have been charged after police discovered over 46 pounds of a powerful synthetic opioid called carfentanil in their home.

Andres Jesus Morales, 30, and Christine Ponce, 27, have been hit with four felony counts each of possession of a controlled substance for sale, USA Today reports. That amount of carfentanil is extremely lethal. “

“If mixed in with other drugs, the 21 kilos of carfentanil seized could have been enough to potentially kill more than 50 million people,” the Riverside District Attorney’s Office said in a statement.

The Riverside Police Department raided the presumed couple’s home in Perris, California on Aug. 17, where they found 46.2 pounds of carfentanil, 8.8 pounds of cocaine, and 2.2 pounds of heroin. Though neither Morales nor Ponce was home, authorities linked the drugs to them. The seizure was part of a lengthy investigation into an alleged drug ring in Riverside County.