A number of properties in the Echuca and Moama region have been raided today during a joint NSW and Victoria police operation.February 21, 2013 4:25pm
Police strike force teams from Victoria and NSW seized cash and drugs on properties in the Echuca and Moama region today.
In a press release issued this afternoon, Victoria Police said detectives from Echo Taskforce in Victoria and members of Strike Force Raptor in NSW had executed warrants on the Bandidos Motorcycle Club’s Echuca clubhouse at Darling St, Echuca, and a residential property in Wharparilla Dve, Echuca.
Police were also conducting raids in Moama.
A 48-year-old Echuca man, a badged member of the Bandidos, was arrested at the Wharparilla Dve property, the statement said.
The man is in custody assisting police with inquiries.
Further warrants are being executed in the region, the statement said.
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