Black Uhlans Clubhouse raid shuts down Albury meeting place

A RAID on the Black Uhlans clubhouse in Albury on Friday was the biggest one conducted to date and will shut down the venue indefinitely.

Strike Force Raptor, made up of Albury LAC, Victorian Police and Australian Federal Police stormed the Townsend Street property about 6pm Friday.

Four of 20 members present were issued Field Court Attendance Notices for drug and liquor offences.

Detective Chief Inspector David Cottee said police would use powers under the Restrictive Premises Act, Liquor Act and the Environmental Protection Act to curb outlaw activity.

“We seized the alcohol and anything related to its sale or distribution including furniture, bars, bar stools and drinking glasses,” he said.

“How the group deals with that premises in the future is a matter to be seen. Friday night is not the last of our action, we will continue to act against outlaw motorcycle gangs and against criminal activity related to them.”

CLEARED OUT: Tables, chairs, couches, fridges and alcohol seized.

CLEARED OUT: Tables, chairs, couches, fridges and alcohol seized.

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