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Saturday, 4 July 2009

Alleged member of the Comanchero Outlaw Motorcycle Gang arrested with the assistance of West Australia Police.

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Alleged member of the Comanchero Outlaw Motorcycle Gang arrested with the assistance of West Australia Police. He faced Perth Central Law Court after being charged in relation to an arrest warrant for alleged aggravated robbery, take and detain person in company with intent to obtain advantage, and participate in a criminal group.
He is expected to arrive at Sydney Airport, escorted by Gangs Squad detectives, late this afternoon and then face court tomorrow. The arrest relates to the alleged theft of 12 new motor vehicles from a holding yard on Shepherd Street at Liverpool, in Sydney’s south-west, about 6am on Saturday 14 February this year.Strike Force Eastbourne, comprising detectives from the State Crime Command’s Gangs Squad, with assistance from Liverpool Local Area Command, was established to investigate the circumstances surrounding the alleged theft. It will be alleged that a group of 13 men entered the holding yard before assaulting three male employees, locking one of them in the boot of a car and the other two in a separate vehicle. The group allegedly stole keys from the premises before driving off with a dozen cars. Police will allege the estimated total value of the stolen vehicles is $500,000.Following extensive investigations, police have so far recovered 11 of the stolen vehicles. Detectives are continuing to appeal for public assistance to locate a white Mazda 3.

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