Police find cocaine, MDMA, alleged stolen caravan in Tweed Shire raid

A Tweed Shire man has been charged with a string of offences after officers uncovered a stash of illicit drugs, weapons and alleged stolen goods at a home in northern NSW.

Police raided the Cudgera Creek property around 10.00am on Thursday, where they located cocaine, cannabis leaf, oil and seeds, MDMA, methylamphetamine, prescription drugs, crossbows, firearm parts and alleged stolen goods including a caravan and a motorbike.

Two men, aged 57 and 20, were arrested at the scene and taken to  taken to Tweed Heads police station.


Following inquiries, the 20-year-old man was released without charge.

The 57-year-old man was charged with 22 offences including Owner permit drug premises, Goods in custody, Receiving stolen property, Possession of explosives, Possess prohibited drug (x9), Possess prescribed restricted substance (x4), Possess prohibited weapon (x3), Possess prohibited article and Possess ammunition without permit.

He was refused bail to appear before Tweed Heads Local Court today.

Police say investigations are continuing.