Police grab stolen goods in drug raid

By CRAIG McTEAR

POLICE raids in Bellingen have netted cash, illicit drugs and alleged stolen goods yesterday.

Detective acting inspector Peter O'Reilly said 12 police including Coffs Harbour Target Action Group (TAG) officers and detectives swooped on a house in McNally Street and a unit in Hyde Street around 10am.

They seized an undisclosed sum of cash, as well as amphetamines, cannabis and ecstasy, and alleged stolen property.

A Bellingen man, 44, will face Bellingen Local Court on November 28 on charges of possessing a prohibited drug and possessing the proceeds of crime.

Another Bellingen man, 42, will appear in court the same day on charges of supplying a prohibited drug and operating a drug house.

"Police have an ongoing commitment to stopping drug supply and drug abuse in the community," Mr O'Reilly said.

"We urge any member of the community that has information about drug supply, or any other crime, to contact their nearest police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000."



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