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Police searching for Patched Head Hunter Justin Unwin

Police searching for Patched Head Hunter Justin Unwin


Please attribute to Detective Senior Sergeant Lloyd Schmid, National Organised Crime Group:

Police are searching for a patched member of the Head Hunters Motorcycle gang following search warrants at addresses in Auckland this morning.

Members of the National Organised Crime Group with the assistance of AOS executed two search warrants at addresses in Glendene and Glendowie at approximately 5.30am.

As a result Police located approximately half a kilogram of methamphetamine, an estimated $50,000 in cash, a handgun, as well as chemicals and equipment used in the manufacturing of meth.

Police are now looking to locate 44-year-old Justin Martin Unwin, who is a patched member of the West Chapter of the Head Hunters Motorcycle gang.

We believe he can assist us with our enquiries and ask if anybody knows where he is to please urgently contact Detective Sergeant Pete Reynolds from the Police Motorcycle Gang Unit on 09 259 0680.

The Northern Clan Lab Unit are currently in attendance at one of the addresses.

People can also provide information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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