Detectives from the Griffith Local Area Command made a further three arrests on Friday, in a second wave of arrests relating to Strike Force Pollock.
Two male persons have been charged with offences relating to the supply of prohibited drugs.
A third male person arrested this morning is to be charged with Aggravated Break Enter and Steal relating to the stealing of a number of firearms.
Crime Manager Detective Acting Inspector Tim Clark once again reiterated his praise for the hard work of Griffith LAC and those involved in the operation.
"This is a second wave of arrests relating to Strike Force Pollock and again shows the hard work conducted by Detectives in this operation to identify persons involved in these illegal activities.
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“This should send a message to anyone that wants to act in an illegal manner and supply prohibited drugs or firearms they will be caught and the consequences will be severe."
This comes after warrants were executed in Griffith on Thursday, where police have seized cash and drugs linked to both properties.
The warrant execution was part of Strike Force Pollock targeting the supply of illicit drugs and illegal firearms.
Three people were arrested in relation to the items found at the properties, and were held in custody at Griffith Police Station.
If you have any information about the supply or drugs or firearms or suspects anything, contact Griffith Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.