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    2019 - 09.16

    Two men will face Sutherland Local Court today after they were arrested at Wolli Creek following a police investigation into a drug supply syndicate.

    Just after noon on Tuesday, police went to a Wolli Creek park and found two men involved in the supply of cocaine.

    The men attempted to flee in a car but were stopped and arrested after they crashed into a police vehicle.

    Police seized 112 grams of cocaine and cash during the arrests.

    One of the men, an 18-year-old from Canterbury, was taken to St George Hospital for treatment of minor injuries sustained during the crash.

    He was then taken to St George police station and charged with nine drug supply offences.

    The other man, a 23-year-old from Canterbury, was taken to St George police station and charged with 10 drug supply offences.

    The men were refused bail to appear in court today.

    Investigators searched two properties at Canterbury.

    Officers seized property suspected to have been stolen including a boat, jet-ski and appliances.

    At one of the properties in Cooks Avenue, police arrested a 43-year-old man wanted on an outstanding warrant for traffic and drug possession offences.

    He was taken to Campsie police station, charged and refused bail to appear in Burwood Local Court today.

    Surry Hills Region Enforcement Squad officers formed Strike Force Schuter last year to investigate a syndicate involved in cocaine supply in Sydney’s south.

    Investigation are continuing.

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