POLICE uniforms, drugs and stolen items have been found in a house in Sydney's west by police targeting outlaw motorcycle gangs.
Officers attached to Strike Force Raptor searched a house on Myrtle Street at Prospect at 7.30am (AEDT) today.
They found cocaine, amphetamines and cutting agent, as well as an assortment of NSW Police Force uniforms - including police shirts, pants, jackets, a jumper, a reflective vest, a hat, belt keepers and a gun holster.
Laptop computers, a video camcorder, two Harley Davidson motorcycles, car parts and motorcycle parts which were all suspected of having been stolen were also taken from the house.
A 20-year-old woman living in the house was arrested and charged with an outstanding warrant. She will face Downing Centre District Court tomorrow.
Inquiries are continuing into the whereabouts of the 36-year-old man who also lives at the house.
The home has been declared a drug premises.
Officers also spoke with two men found in the garage at the property who are alleged to be members of the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Club. Inquiries are continuing.