Brazilian police say they have made their biggest-ever seizure of cash in an apartment allegedly used by one of President Michel Temer's former cabinet members.
Police say they have counted more than $16m (£12.5m) in large-denomination notes found in the flat in the city of Salvador.
Former minister Geddel Vieira Lima is under house arrest.
Mr Temer is fighting a corruption crisis that has shaken his government.
The cash seizure was part of the police's Operation Lost Treasure.
Mr Vieira Lima was arrested in July as part of of a corruption investigation into a government-controlled bank.
Prosecutors say he tried to block investigations into state bank Caixa Economica Federal.