Drugs, chainsaws netted in raids on Tribesmen and Killer Beez gangs Last updated 16:43, November 4 2015 The Tribesmen Motorcycle gang and Killer Beez were targeted in police raids in Auckland on Wednesday. Police raids on south Auckland gangs have led to eight arrests and a seizure of methamphetamine and cannabis. Counties Manukau Police also uncovered a haul of stolen goods including chainsaws and electronics when they searched eight houses in Otara and surrounding suburbs on Wednesday. The operation targeted the Tribesmen and Killer Beez gangs, Detective Senior Sergeant Kevin Tiernan said. He said the eight people arrested were aged between 24 and 62. They are due to face a number of charges including the supply and sale of drugs. Tiernan said the latest raid was aimed at combating drug-related offences in the area. He said the effect of drugs in the community was "devastating". "Police will take swift actions to hold those offenders to account who try to spread harm through supplying and selling illicit drugs." Tiernan said enquiries were continuing to identify the owners of the property where stolen items were found. He said further charges were likely to be laid as a result.