$1 million seized in Bunnings carpark
Police have charged seven individuals and seized near $1 million in money after a dramatic raid within the carpark of a Sydney Bunnings.
The arrests happened about 11am on Friday, with stunning photos and video from the scene exhibiting males laying handcuffed on the bottom in entrance of an armed police officer.
Different males had been handcuffed towards a truck whereas a swarm of officers collected proof on the Crossroads Homemaker Centre in Casula.
Eyewitness Vikash Mudaliar instructed The Liverpool Chief he had watched on as police pounced on the group.
“There have been three luggage full of cash, medication and the whole lot,” Mr Mudaliar mentioned.
An announcement from NSW Police late on Friday confirmed officers had seized nearly $1 million in money and arrested greater than half a dozen individuals.
Seven males – aged 45, two aged 49, 46, 37 and 31 – had been taken to Campbelltown police station and charged with varied drug provide and different felony offences.
An eighth man was arrested and launched with out cost.
A forty five-year-old Macquarie Fields man was charged with massive industrial manufacture, massive industrial provide, two counts of provide larger than indictable amount, knowingly direct felony group and cope with proceeds of crime.
A 46-year-old from West Hoxton was charged with take part felony group and three counts of knowingly cope with proceeds of crime.
The remaining males had been charged with take part in felony group and two counts of knowingly cope with proceeds of crime.
They had been all refused bail to look earlier than Parramatta Native Court docket on Saturday.