Police raid bikie?s home

By SAMANTHA HEALY

TWEED police yesterday swooped on a property south of Murwillumbah belonging to a Finks Outlaw Motorcycle Club member following the man's arrest in South Australia on drug charges.

Five Tweed detectives raided the property at Dunbible, seizing a number of documents for their South Australian counterparts.

It is understood a man was caught with a significant haul of drugs while in Adelaide and was consequently arrested and charged with the supply of cannabis.

Tweed detectives were asked to search the man's property for any documents that could help South Australian police in compiling their case against the man.

Tweed detective Tim Young said police were disappointed no drugs or money had been found on the accused's premises.

"We do have issues with outlaw motorcycle clubs occasionally," Det Young said.

"They (the Finks) have a clubhouse at Chinderah.

"They are involved in brothels in the region.

"But they were as good as gold (when we turned up).

"There will be no further action on our behalf."

All matters will now be dealt with by South Australian police.



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