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Police at a house in Narre Warren where explosives were found
PHOTO: Police searched the home on Heatherton Road, Narre Warren, after the arrest of two Comanchero members. (ABC News: Jean Edwards)
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Police in Melbourne have discovered what they believe are explosives after the arrests of two members of the Comancheros outlaw motorcycle gang.
Amir Jaha, 29, the president of the Hallam chapter of the bikie gang, and another gang member, aged 24, were arrested by Taskforce Echo detectives in raids at Dandenong and Narre Warren earlier this morning.
The pair are wanted in relation to a shooting in High Street, Preston on October 24 in which a large number of shots were fired inside a restaurant at around 3:00am.
While arresting the men, police located a "large number" of firearms and a quantity of what is believed to be explosives in a vehicle at the Narre Warren address.
The area has been cordoned off and the bomb squad is at the scene.
One vehicle was taken away from the property on the back of tow truck.
A vehicle is taken away on the back of a tow truck from a home at Narre Warren, Victoria