UPDATE 5.30pm

DRUGS and weapons including 55 hash cookies, 22 marijuana plants and parts of a rifle were among items found by officers of the Bundaberg Police Criminal Investigation Branch during drug raids at the weekend.

Bundaberg Police CIB Detective Senior Sergeant Joe Hildred said officers executed three search warrants at homes at Bundaberg South, Avenell Heights and Bundaberg.

"Small amounts of cannabis and amphetamines were located during the execution of these raids," he said.

"A nunchucka and part of a rifle were also located at one of these addresses."

As a result four people were arrested and will face Bundaberg Magistrates Court next month with 14 charges including possession of dangerous drugs, possession of utensils, and possession of things used in connection with drugs.

Det Snr Sgt Hildred said one of the addresses that police executed a search warrant at had links to the Rebels criminal motorcycle gang.

In a separate and unrelated raid on Sunday, CIB officers executed a search warrant at a home on Rowlands Drive, Burnett Heads.

Det Snr Sgt Hildred said officers found 22 marijuana plants ranging in size from 15cm to 2.45m, 1.6kg of dried marijuana and 55 hash cookies.

Two people - a man, 54, and a female, 51, have been charged with possessing a dangerous drug exceeding 500g, producing dangerous drugs and possessing utensils.

EARLIER

DRUGS and weapons including 55 hash cookies, 22 marijuana plants and parts of a rifle were among items found by officers of the Bundaberg Police Criminal Investigation Branch during separate drug raids on the weekend.

CIB officers executed search warrants on Friday morning and yesterday at several addresses across the Bundaberg region.

One of the addresses that police executed a search warrant at has links to Rebels criminal motorcycle gang in Bundaberg.

More to come.


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