What's inside reveals that this car reveals incredible lengths that Australian bikies take to hide drugs
Bikie secrets revealed: the police find a sawed-down shotgun, a gun and knuckles hidden in an ordinary-looking Honda Jazz
- Photos show sawed-down shotgun and a gun allegedly under a car seat
- Seven people were charged after raids aimed at the Mongolian gang
- An attack on the Gold Coast claimed to have found meth worth around $ 75,000
- Knuckles, ammunition and a car seized from the address of Biggera Waters
Photos show how bikies hide a saw-off shotgun and a gun hidden in a secret compartment in a typical-looking Honda Jazz, police claimed.
The police accused seven people on 36 offenses following simultaneous raids in southeastern Queensland against the Mongol gang.
In the Gold Coast suburb of Biggera Waters, the police claim they have found about 0.7 kg of meth worth $ 75,000, steroids and the party drug GHB.
Shocking photos show a sawed-down shotgun and a gun (centered) hidden under a car seat after a police raid aimed at outlaw bikies, police claimed
Police charged seven people on 36 charges on Tuesday after officers had conducted search orders in southeastern Queensland, targeting the Mongol gang. Pictured: the gun
The Queensland police said their officers at a Biggera Waters address seized a saw-off shotgun in a vehicle as well as a gun, knuckle dust, ammunition and a Mercedes. Depicted: a allegedly stolen Mercedes seized during the raid
The Queensland police claim that their officers have seized a saw-off shotgun found in a Honda Jazz, as well as a gun, knuckles, and ammunition.
A 27-year-old Gold Coast man has been accused of multiple offenses, including two counts of illegal possession of a weapon, possession of explosives and possession of dangerous drugs.
He will appear in Southport Magistrates Court on November 20.
Other items confiscated from different addresses during the operation include a gun, prohibited items for Mongols, utensils for medicines, and varying amounts of prescription drugs.
Vehicles, $ 19,450 in cash (photo) and cell phones were also seized by the police during their raids from different addresses
Queensland Police said the & # 39; preventive action & # 39; was aimed at dismantling the activities of a & # 39; criminal group & # 39 ;. Pictured: a Mongolian vest
Other items (photo) seized during the operation include a gun, prohibited items for Mongols, utensils for medicines, and various amounts of prescription drugs
Vehicles, $ 19,450 in cash and cell phones were also seized.
& # 39; The preventive action focused on the use of legal mechanisms available to dismantle and disrupt the activities of this criminal group that continues to pose a risk to the security of the community in Queensland & # 39 ;, said a spokesperson from the police.
& # 39; These targeted operations, including partnerships with international law enforcement agencies, will continue to provide a limitless and flexible approach to tackling illegal activities. & # 39;
"These targeted operations, including partnerships with international law enforcement agencies, will continue to provide a limitless and flexible approach to tackling illegal activities," said a spokesperson for the Queensland police.
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