Australia Two men charged after NSW meth seizure

09:07  28 november  2017
09:07  28 november  2017 Source:   MSN

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NSW police have charged two men after interstate raids allegedly uncovered a stash of methylamphetamine and a BMW rammed police cars A 49-year-old Queensland man was charged with a large commercial drug supply after officers allegedly found one kilogram of meth in the car.

Two men were arrested and charged with manufacturing and supplying drugs. Two men are behind bars after a police sting allegedly found a hidden lab and 14.3kg of meth worth million (pictured) seized in raids across NSW .

NSW police have charged two men after interstate raids allegedly uncovered a stash of methylamphetamine. © AAP Image NSW police have charged two men after interstate raids allegedly uncovered a stash of methylamphetamine. Two men have been charged with drug offences after interstate raids allegedly uncovered a cache of methylamphetamine and police cars were rammed by a luxury car in Sydney's northwest.

The BMW rammed cars with detectives from the NSW Police Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad (MEOCS) when they tried to pull it over in Dundas on Monday afternoon, police said.

A 49-year-old Queensland man was charged with a large commercial drug supply after officers allegedly found one kilogram of meth in the car.

Shortly after MEOCS raided a home in Greenacre and charged a 34-year-old man who is alleged to have had supplied the Queensland man with the meth earlier in day.

Both men will face court on Tuesday.

The cross-state investigation by MEOCS detectives and Queensland's organised crime squad also led to the arrest of two men in Queensland.

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