Police seize gun, ammunition
and drugs in bikie clubhouse raid
November 07, 20143:17PM
and drugs seized following
search warrant at OMCG clubhouse
A HANDGUN, bullets and
cannabis were found when the police raided the
Brookvale headquarters of the Finks motorcycle
The gun has been sent for forensic
analysis by police scientists in a bid to extract
fingerprints or DNA.
More than 45 officers from Strike
Force Raptor, Operation Talon and the Rescue Squad
joined local police in the raid of the bikies’
headquarters in Sydenham Rd as part of efforts to
investigate gang members and disrupt criminal
Handgun and magazine
allegedly seized during the raid.
Loaded gun and drugs were
allegedly seized following the search.
As part of a catch-all approach,
police were investigating the possible supply of
alcohol on the premises in contravention of the
Restricted Premises Act.
Northern Beaches local area
commander Supt Dave Darcy said the gun and bullets
were found behind a TV in the bikies’ headquarters.
He said the alleged presence of a
gun in a clubhouse showed that motorcycle gangs had
to be considered as a menace.
Officers attached to
Strike Force Raptor allegedly seized a
loaded semi-automatic handgun, cannabis,
cash, a hard drive, a fridge, assorted
alcohol and other items.
Police said the gun and
bullets were found behind a TV in the
“The finding of this handgun with
a full magazine of ammunition once again
demonstrates that outlaw motorcycle gangs not
innocent clubs enjoying bikes and beer,” he said.
“They are dangerous groups that
deserve our full force and in the interests of the
community we will gladly accommodate them.
“Bikie culture is dangerous and
it’s our job to disrupt any criminal activity in
which gang members might be engaged.”
Police outside the Finks'
headquarters in Brookvale.