BACK OFF BANDIDOS: Police deliver blunt warning to bikies

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ONE of the nation’s most feared and brutal bikie gangs is trying to move in on Tasmania, sparking fears of a turf war.

The Bandidos, notorious for bloody feuds with rival gangs, were trying to establish a presence in the North-West, police said.

Police have vowed to disrupt the Bandidos’ penetration into the state, saying violence and gang activity won’t be tolerated.

It came as police launched a crackdown on bikies around the state.

The police crackdown on bikies this week netted exp­losives, drugs, money and guns.

Tasmania Police, in conjunction with the Australian Federal Police’s National Anti-Gangs Squad, raided 19 properties in the state’s North-West, North and South.

Tasmania Police and AFP anti gang squad confront members if the Bandidos who are attempting to set up in Tasmania Photos supplied by Tasmania Police

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