Queensland Police worked with the Federal Police drug sniffer dog in a coordinated response which led to the seizure of drug related paraphernalia. INSET: The unit block where the raid took place.
Queensland Police worked with the Federal Police drug sniffer dog in a coordinated response which led to the seizure of drug related paraphernalia. INSET: The unit block where the raid took place. Scott Powick

Sniffer dog used in unit drug raid

POLICE raided a unit at a Bilinga apartment block early yesterday morning.

Queensland Police officers with support from a drug-detection dog officer raided a unit on Golden Four Drive about 7am.

Four officers in unmarked vehicles took part in the operation.

The unit targeted was in a nine-unit complex, Brighton Close.

Police removed a small quantity (1grm) of cannabis and nine tablets suspected of being ecstasy were located in the premises.

The drugs, along with drug paraphernalia, were removed from the unit as part of the investigation.

A 53-year-old man and a 27-year-old man both from Kirra are assisting police with their enquiries.

Anyone with information to assist police with their investigation should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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