POLICE raided a property in Marong yesterday as part of widespread operation targeting bikie clubhouses and private residences across the state.
A Victoria Police media spokesperson confirmed 57 properties across Victoria have been raided, including a property in Marong.
"We're in the process now of collating all the information, all the facts and figures," he said.
Victoria Police would not provide any specific information in relation to the Marong property.
Sixty warrants were executed at clubhouses and private residences of members of the Hells Angels OMCG across the state.
The warrants followed a number of firearms incidents involving members of the Commancheros and Hells Angels in recent weeks.
Victoria Police arrested 13 people and seized firearms, drugs, cash, explosive material, stolen property and ammunition in the largest targeted operation on a single outlaw motorcycle gang in Victoria’s history.
It is not known if police have charged anyone from the Marong property.
More than 700 police from the regions, Crime Command, Special Operations Group, Bomb Response Unit, Dog Squad, Operations Response Unit, Airwing, Transit, Highway Patrol, Critical Incident Response Team, Transport Branch and Forensics were involved.
Crime Command Acting Assistant Commissioner Tess Walsh said the operation showed Victoria Police’s commitment to disrupting criminal OMCG activity and vowed to keep the pressure on.
“Today was a great result not only for Victoria Police, but the entire Victorian community,” Ms Walsh said yesterday.
“No one was injured and we’ve removed four firearms, a large amount of ammunition and other weapons including a sword and crossbow from people that have shown they have a blatant disregard for safety and the law. The community should be outraged and there should be no support for these groups."