Five members of Hells Angels arrested after a targeted operation led by the Raptor police squad in New South Wales

Hells Angels Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang colors and paraphernalia were also seized

Five bikers from the Hells Angels have been arrested after police found drugs and weapons in a series of raids to end gang activity.

The officers seized a gun, several forbidden weapons, drugs and items used in the cultivation of cannabis, as part of the four-day operation that ended Thursday in New South Wales.

Hells Angels Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang colors and paraphernalia were also confiscated.

Hells Angels Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang colors and paraphernalia were also seized

Hells Angels Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang colors and paraphernalia were also seized

Police confiscated a gun, several prohibited weapons, drugs and items used in the cultivation of cannabis, as part of the four-day operation

Police confiscated a gun, several prohibited weapons, drugs and items used in the cultivation of cannabis, as part of the four-day operation

Police confiscated a gun, several prohibited weapons, drugs and items used in the cultivation of cannabis, as part of the four-day operation

The five members were charged with a total of nine crimes, including charges of assault, drugs and firearms, and breach of bail.

The police anti-gang squad, called Strike Force Raptor, was established in 2009.

The attack force is an elite, a militarized police unit consisting of 55 senior policemen with the main objective of dismantling the violent bikie gangs.

Acting Superintendent Detective Nick Read said coordinated operations between various agencies targeting criminal groups are an important part of the fight against unexplained wealth.

Gang repression involved Command Officers of the Police Area, Police Districts and Application Squads of the Region throughout the state, and Public Order and Riot Squad.

"By executing coordinated cross-border and cross-border operations, we improve our capabilities to interrupt illicit businesses," he said.

"The application of the law in Australia has a collaborative approach to targeting OMCG, which operates across borders and in a variety of criminal activities."

Operation Morpheus is an initiative of the National Anti-Gang Squad aimed at detecting, deterring and interrupting the illegal activity of OMCG, its members and associates.

Five members were charged with nine crimes, including charges of assault, drugs and firearms, and breach of bail

Five members were charged with nine crimes, including charges of assault, drugs and firearms, and breach of bail

Five members were charged with nine crimes, including charges of assault, drugs and firearms, and breach of bail

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