Outlaw motorcycle gang associates charged over kidnapping

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Three people linked to the Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang have been charged over an alleged kidnapping on the north-west coast yesterday.

A 30 year old Ambleside man (probationary Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang member), a 36 year old Miandetta man (Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang associate),a 22 year old Ulverstone man (Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang associate) and a 36 year old woman from Shearwater were arrested, charged and will appear in the Devonport Magistrates Court this morning.

This matter relates to the alleged kidnapping of a 33 year old woman that occurred in the early hours of 6 November 2019 in the Devonport area.

All parties were known to each other and there were no injuries to the alleged victim.

All will appear in the Devonport Magistrates Court at 11:00am today.

Anyone with any further information in relation to this matter is asked to contact Devonport CIB on 64784036 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.

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