Police have seized a stolen luxury car and prohibited firearms from a Westmead unit's garage.
Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad detectives arrested a man and a woman for drug supply, and seized a stolen luxury car and prohibited firearms after investigations in Sydney’s north-west.
Police said officers searched a garage in a block of units at Westmead and a unit in Greystanes on Friday.
In the garage at Westmead, police located a stolen Mercedes C63 sedan valued at $169,000. Inside the vehicle was a Glock pistol with an extended 30-round magazine, balaclavas and gloves.
At the Greystanes address, police located in excess of 120g of methylamphetamine (‘ice’), $34,685 in cash, a .45 semi automatic pistol with two magazines and 13 rounds of ammunition, and other items associated with the supply of prohibited drugs.
Police said a 27-year-old woman was arrested that day and charged with supplying prohibited drugs, possession of a prohibited firearm, and knowingly dealing in the proceeds of crime.
She will appear at Parramatta Local Court on October 3.
A 21-year-old man was arrested when he attended Merrylands Police Station about 8.30pm on Monday.
He was also charged with drug and firearm offences and knowingly dealing in the proceeds of crime, and was refused bail to appear at Fairfield Local Court on Tuesday.
Inquiries into the items seized are continuing.