Trench knife found at Alexandra Hills address. Photo: Queensland Police
Allegedly stolen earth-moving equipment, valued at around $56,000 has been seized by police after a raid at Alexandra Hills targeting the Lone Wolf bikie gang.
The early Friday raid - part of Task Force Maxima - also located a trench knife, drugs and criminal motorcycle gang paraphernalia.
Police will allege the earth-moving equipment was stolen from a plumbing business at Boyne Island, near Gladstone.
Lone Wolf Motorcycle Club clothing. Photo: Queensland Police
A 38-year-old Alexandra Hills man was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a motor vehicle, possession of a dangerous drug and possession of a restricted weapon.
He is due to appear in the Cleveland Magistrates Court later today.
The raid comes a day after 70 locations were raided across Brisbane targeting the Rebels gang, recovering drugs with a street value of $5 million.
Detective Inspector Brendan Smith of Task Force Maxima said Friday's operation exemplified the variety of crimes motorcycle gang members commit.
"They are opportunistic, taking advantage of any situation to further their criminal activities, often at the expense of everyday Queenslanders," Detective Inspector Smith said.
"This type of crime not only impacts on the machinery's owner business and its customers, but it also affects all Queenslanders through increasing insurance premiums. This is one of the reasons we will continue to target criminal gangs.
"It is important we do all we can to change their offending behaviour to protect Queenslanders."