A 33-year-old man was arrested in western Sydney after a raid on a suspected steroid drug laboratory

Moldy scales and a bottle of Absolut Vodka have been seized during a raid in a supposed steroid drug laboratory.

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Actor and stuntman David Blazejko, 33, was arrested at the Woodcroft house in western Sydney after the authorities searched the premises around 8 p.m. on Wednesday.

Reportedly, detectives have discovered the secret laboratory for the production of medicines in the kitchen, where they have found cups and vodka along the messy benches.

Moldy scales and a bottle of Absolut Vodka have been seized in a roundup at a supposed steroid drug laboratory

Moldy scales and a bottle of Absolut Vodka have been seized in a roundup at a supposed steroid drug laboratory

Actor and stuntman David Blazejko was arrested at the house in Woodcroft, in western Sydney, after the authorities raided the property on Wednesday (photo)

Actor and stuntman David Blazejko was arrested at the house in Woodcroft, in western Sydney, after the authorities raided the property on Wednesday (photo)

Actor and stuntman David Blazejko was arrested at the house in Woodcroft, in western Sydney, after the authorities raided the property on Wednesday (photo)

Blazejko, named & # 39; Crazy Dave & # 39 ;, appeared in inconspicuous action movies, including Sky Hunter, English Dogs and Invisible
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Blazejko, named & # 39; Crazy Dave & # 39 ;, appeared in inconspicuous action movies, including Sky Hunter, English Dogs and Invisible

Blazejko, named & # 39; Crazy Dave & # 39 ;, appeared in inconspicuous action movies, including Sky Hunter, English Dogs and Invisible

Fire and rescue HAZMAT from NSW checked the lab for safety purposes before it was dismantled by specialized officers from the Chemical Operations Team of the Drug and Firearms Squad.

Blazejko, named & # 39; Crazy Dave & # 39 ;, appeared in inconspicuous action movies, including Sky Hunter, English Dogs and Invisible, The Daily Telegraph reported.

Blazejko was accused of producing forbidden medicines, supplying forbidden medicines and owning equipment for making medicines.

He was released on bail and will appear before the Burwood Local Court on Thursday.

Authorities started their investigation into the clandestine laboratory after an air freight shipment arrived in China from Sydney on 8 October last year.

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The police claim that the shipment contains a vacuum filtration kit that is believed to be used in the production of illegal steroids, as well as sticker labels with a brand name for medicines that improve performance and improve images.

Further air freight was intercepted by ABF on 7 June 2019 and Blacktown Police detectives, who were investigating under Strike Force Hyndman, were notified.

The man was accused of manufacturing forbidden medicines, supplying forbidden medicines, and owning devices for making medicines. He was released on bail and will appear before the Burwood Local Court on Thursday

The man was accused of manufacturing forbidden medicines, supplying forbidden medicines, and owning devices for making medicines. He was released on bail and will appear before the Burwood Local Court on Thursday

The man was accused of manufacturing forbidden medicines, supplying forbidden medicines, and owning devices for making medicines. He was released on bail and will appear before the Burwood Local Court on Thursday

Authorities started their investigation into the clandestine laboratory after an air freight shipment arrived in China from Sydney on 8 October last year. The police claim that the shipment contains sticker labels with a brand for performance and image-enhancing medicines

Authorities started their investigation into the clandestine laboratory after an air freight shipment arrived in China from Sydney on 8 October last year. The police claim that the shipment contains sticker labels with a brand for performance and image-enhancing medicines

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Authorities started their investigation into the clandestine laboratory after an air freight shipment arrived in China from Sydney on 8 October last year. The police claim that the shipment contains sticker labels with a brand for performance and image-enhancing medicines

ABF officers found the cargo, indicated as plastic plates, a manual capsule filling and grouting machine.

Two days later, ABF intercepted a shipment of approximately 1 kg of unauthorized steroids hidden in food packaging.

In the midst of their questions, detectives issued a search warrant in the Woodcroft house on Wednesday.

Blacktown Police Area Command Commander, detective Superintendent Trent King praised the efforts of NSW Police and ABF.

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& # 39; This joint investigation has prevented the possible production and distribution of illegal substances in our local community and beyond & # 39 ;, said Det Supt King.

ABF intercepted a shipment of approximately 1 kg of illegal steroids hidden in food packaging on 9 June 2019

ABF intercepted a shipment of approximately 1 kg of illegal steroids hidden in food packaging on 9 June 2019

ABF intercepted a shipment of approximately 1 kg of illegal steroids hidden in food packaging on 9 June 2019

Fire and rescue HAZMAT from NSW checked the lab for safety purposes before it was dismantled by specialized officers from the Chemical Operations Team of the Drug and Firearms Squad

Fire and rescue HAZMAT from NSW checked the lab for safety purposes before it was dismantled by specialized officers from the Chemical Operations Team of the Drug and Firearms Squad

Fire and rescue HAZMAT from NSW checked the lab for safety purposes before it was dismantled by specialized officers from the Chemical Operations Team of the Drug and Firearms Squad

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& # 39; Our strong working relationships will navigate every detection at the border to ensure that we continue to disrupt crime and in turn investigate those involved in criminal activities to make our streets safer. & # 39;

ABF Regional Investigations Superintendent Garry Low said the finding reflected the expertise of their officers.

& # 39; Our officers continue to demonstrate their skills and expertise when it comes to identifying mail and freight packages that are unusual, & # 39; said Supt Low.

This detection was achieved because of their dedication and hard work in screening items that cross the border.

& # 39; Their skills, combined with the hard work of our secret teams and investigators and our close working relationships with our law enforcement partners, mean that we continue to grasp these items and the intention to break the law and facilitate their import , disturb. & # 39;

On the photo: Sauce bottles were confiscated by the police during their investigation

On the photo: Sauce bottles were confiscated by the police during their investigation

On the photo: Sauce bottles were confiscated by the police during their investigation

In the midst of their questions, detectives issued a search warrant in the Woodcroft house on Wednesday

In the midst of their questions, detectives issued a search warrant in the Woodcroft house on Wednesday

In the midst of their questions, detectives issued a search warrant in the Woodcroft house on Wednesday

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