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Final update: Eastern Bay of Plenty search warrants

Published: Wed 19 Sep 2018 03:21 PM
Police have now arrested seven people as part of Operation Notus II in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, following the execution of a number of search warrants this morning.
Along with methamphetamine and cannabis, 26 firearms and more than $21,000 in cash has been seized.
Three stolen Toyota Hilux utes were recovered from one address in Kawerau, along with a number of power tools.
A stolen Toyota Hilux Surf and trailer were recovered from another address.
Those arrested were scheduled to appear in the Whakatane District Court this afternoon on a range of methamphetamine, cannabis and firearms-related charges.
ENDS

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