Stolen puppies found at bikie's house

DETECTIVES have found four Australian Bulldog puppies stolen from a Gold Coast breeder earlier this month.

The puppies were located following the execution of a search warrant this morning at a Biggera Waters address on the Gold Coast, in the possession of a 26-year-old member of the Mongols Outlaw Motorcycle Criminal Gang (OMCG).

At four-weeks-old the puppies were still feeding from their mother when they were stolen from a property at Wongawallan on April 16.

Task Force Maxima officers transported the puppies to Surfers Paradise Police Station where they were inspected by the breeder and found to be in good health.

Detective Acting Inspector David Cove said no charges have been laid at this time however investigations into the incident are continuing. 

 



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