ACT Policing have seized cash, drugs, steroids, guns and stolen property in three search warrants across Canberra.
ACT Policing reported that on Sunday 3 June, officers from Woden Police Station and Criminal Investigations executed a search warrant at an address in Narrabundah and seized suspected illicit drugs, one illegal firearm, firearm components, ammunition and suspected stolen property.
The same day, another warrant was executed at an address in Braddon where Police seized suspected cannabis plants and suspected illicit substances.
On Tuesday 5 June, officers from Woden Police Station and the Crime Disruption Team executed a search warrant at an address in Rivett. Police seized a sum of money, suspected illicit drugs, suspected steroids, two illegal firearms and ammunition.
ACT Policing said it will continue to “target and disrupt criminal activity within our community”.
Police are urging anyone who may have any information about these incidents, or any other incidents involving this crime type, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website.
For these incidents, please quote reference 6272876, 6272900 and 6273620. Information can be provided anonymously.