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Thursday, 10 February 2011

Australian Rebels gang, Luxury cars, firearms, drugs seized in bust

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Luxury cars, firearms, drugs seized in bust - National - NZ Herald News: "police seize luxury cars, motorcycles, firearms and drugs across five districts.

More than 100 North Island police officers executed 40-plus search warrants and arrested 30 people today. More arrests are expected.

'The actions of police will have a significant impact on the supply of methamphetamine,' Ms Collins said

'Not only will this mean less crime and fewer victims, but it will slow the pipeline of money that is the lifeblood of organised crime.

'The number of gangs involved shows they are putting aside their differences and working together in what is a highly lucrative, but evil, drugs franchise,' Ms Collins said.

The operation exposed what police believe to be an organised and large scale methamphetamine network and an apparent increased presence of the Australian Rebels gang in New Zealand."

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