Three charged during Task Force Magnus compliance blitz
Task Force Magnus has hit the ground running, with three men charged during raids targeting organised crime.
From Thursday 27 July and Monday 31 July, NSW Police raided six homes across Sydney’s south west, with assistance from Raptor Squad, following Firearms Prohibition Orders .
Five charges have been laid against three men.
This large-scale action shows NSW Police is proactively targeting and disrupting gun-related and violent crime while also investigating links between the spate of recent shootings on Sydney streets.
Community safety is the NSW Government’s top priority and we support this significant, targeted and aggressive approach to stamp out violent criminal activity on Sydney streets.
Quotes attributable to Minister for Police and Counter-terrorism, Yasmin Catley
“We’re already seeing results and Task Force Magnus is just warming up.
“Those responsible for criminal activity on Sydney streets will be held to account and they will feel the full force of the law.
“We will work with NSW Police to ensure they have everything they need to put an end to this senseless, intolerable violence and ensure the people of Sydney feel safe where they live.”