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 Police raid Rebels’ Leppington clubhouse



  • A man is arrested during the raid.

    A man is arrested during the raid.

  • The clubhouse from outside the front.

    The clubhouse from outside the front.

  • A pistol allegedly seized during the raid.

    A pistol allegedly seized during the raid.

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POLICE have raided the Rebels’ Leppington clubhouse, allegedly seizing weapons and drugs.

Just before 8pm yesterday, Strike Force Raptor officers executed a liquor licensing search warrant at the Bringelly Rd premises, during a function attended by the Sydney chapter of the outlaw bikie gang.

The Raptor officers were supported by police from State Crime Command’s Gangs Squad, the Public Order Riot Squad, the Alcohol Licensing Enforcement Command, the Police Rescue Squad, the Dog Squad, Camden police, and other specialist officers.

A Glock semi-automatic pistol, about 100 rounds of ammunition of various calibres, a flick knife, mace, a baseball bat, knuckle-dusters and a 9mm pistol silencer were allegedly seized.

Officers also allegedly located a small quantity of cannabis, ecstasy pills, and gang colours.

A Rebels member from Leppington, 39, a Rebels nominee from Waterloo, 20, and a Port Kembla woman, 25, were arrested.

The 39-year-old man was issued with a cannabis caution while the 20-year-old received a court attendance notice for two counts of drug possession, and was ordered to face Liverpool Court on Monday, June 7.

The woman was charged with possessing a prohibited weapon and is due to face the same court on Friday, June 25.

Investigations are continuing.




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