2 October 2019

Police seize prohibited weapons and drugs at Conder

| Michael Weaver
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Prohibited weapons seized

Police are seeking information about the seizure of prohibited weapons, drugs, stolen property from a residence in Conder. Photos: ACT Police.

A residence in the Tuggeranong suburb of Conder has provided ACT Police with a cache of prohibited weapons, drugs, stolen property and cash after a search warrant was executed on Monday (30 September).

Members of Tuggeranong Patrol, with the assistance of AFP Canine, AFP Search and Rescue, and Woden Patrol executed the search warrant at 8:15 am.

They seized a number of items including a crossbow, knuckle dusters, a conducted energy weapon and extendable batons.

A crossbow was among the items seized

A crossbow was among the items seized.

A range of illicit substances, including methylamphetamine and MDMA were also seized, along with digital scales, clip-seal bags and other items consistent with drug trafficking.

Police also found further items believed to be stolen, including a motorbike, five high-value bicycles, a large number of tools, perfumes, electronic equipment and other high-value items such as designer handbags. A sum of money was also found.

Handbags seized

A number of designer handbags were also seized.

ACT Police say no arrests have been made at this stage, but investigations are ongoing.

Anyone with information that could assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website.

Please quote reference 6443937. Information can be provided anonymously.

High-end bicycles, a motorbike and tools were seized

Some of the other items seized from a Conder residence on Monday.

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