Police claim to have uncovered Odin Warriors hideout

Police may have uncovered a secret Odin Warriors clubhouse
Police may have uncovered a secret Odin Warriors clubhouse Christopher Chan GLA080912TATT

A GOLD Coast raid where police allege they found five kilograms of marijuana and $46,000 may also be a defacto hideout for the Odin Warriors motorcycle gang.

Three men are facing drugs and weapon charges after the October 24 search.

This morning, police claim the Kurilpa Street house in Worongary was also "used as a meeting and defacto clubhouse for the Odins Warriors Criminal Motorcycle Gang".

A 51-year-old man has now been charged with drug trafficking in relation to the stack of cash found in the house.

Detective Inspector Brendan Smith of the anti-bikie Taskforce Maxima said confiscating cash was an important part of stopping these gangs.

"Offenders need to understand we will target their assets where we find evidence linking to proceeds of crime," he said.

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