An underground network of concealed tunnels and rooms, seven native pythons being kept without licenses, drugs and weapons were allegedly uncovered following a police operation in Queensland.
Dozens of people have been charged with alleged drug offences after 46 search warrants were carried out across the Toowoomba Highfields and Grantham areas.
Police allege weapons including a number of illegal firearms, knuckle dusters and knives, a high quality and complex water filtration system, cash obtained from the sale of methylamphetamine, more than a kilogram of cannabis and 200 cannabis plants were among the items found.
Police say the Operation Oscar Glyph disrupted the distribution and sale of dangerous drugs.
A total of 59 people have been charged on 180 offences.
All of them are due to face court in Toowoomba next month.
“The information utilised by police was obtained from the tenacious efforts of Toowoomba police as well as the vigilant and informative members of the community,” Acting Senior Sergeant Loveday said.
Police are urging anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.
News break – July 9, 2016