Millions of dollars in cash found buried near former Hells Angels bunker

Police in Sherbrooke have unearthed around $45 million on a former Hells Angels compound.

The money was buried in plastic buckets in various spots of land, and was only found after police received the tip from former gang member Sylvain Boulanger. According to the Journal de Montreal, Boulanger was paid nearly $3 million for his information.

The site has been under police surveillance since many members of the Hells were arrested following 2009's Operation SharQC. Despite being fenced off, the grounds have been broken into on several occasions since being seized by the Quebec government. The most recent attempt to get into the compound occurred last month.

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