•   
  •   

Australia Dramatic raids 'uncover HUNDREDS of stolen baby formula tins destined for China' - as man and woman are arrested

15:37  26 may  2020
15:37  26 may  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Police threatened with meat cleaver after 'social distancing assault'

  Police threatened with meat cleaver after 'social distancing assault' A man has beaten a woman over the head with a bottle after she asked him to socially distance in a southwest Sydney supermarket queue.Around 11.35 am Saturday, a 59-year-old woman was waiting at a checkout counter of a supermarket on Cartwright Avenue in Miller, when a man stood closely behind her and she asked him to take a step back.

Demands from Chinese buyers are fuelling baby formula supply issues for Australian parents. An ABC investigation has uncovered a sophisticated network of Chinese personal shoppers known as daigou A man loading tins of formula into his car boot said he planned to sell the product overseas.

A woman raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars exporting baby formula stolen in an The court documents state prosecutors cannot prove all the money located in the raid was the proceeds After being arrested , Ke told police she did not know the formula she was purchasing was stolen and that

Hundreds of tins of stolen baby formula were allegedly uncovered in dramatic raids as police arrested two people suspected to be involved in a crime syndicate. 

Detectives from Bankstown Police Area Command in Sydney's south-west received information from retailers relating to theft and supply of baby formula.

Strike Force Polar investigated the activities of the suspected syndicate with extensive enquiries leading them to a vehicle stop at Gibson Avenue in Padstow at 11am on Tuesday.

Dramatic pursuit of alleged bikie associate

  Dramatic pursuit of alleged bikie associate An alleged bikie associate is behind bars accused over a high speed police chase through busy Gold Coast roads last night. A police car was rammed in the drama and they claim nearly $50,000 was found on the disqualified driver.In heart-stopping footage released by Queensland Police, the car is seen driving at high speed with lights off before stingers are deployed.At one point the driver travels through the roundabout the wrong way. © Queensland Police The dramatic pursuit was captured by police helicopter and bodycam. The pursuit began at 7.

Desperate mother for baby formula uncovers massive piles bound for China at a storage unit. She self proclaimed to have found one of 'their hidden lairs' Woolworths and Coles currently both have a two- tin baby formula limit for customers due to the popularity of 'daigou shoppers', who bulk buy tins

Shocking figures show baby formula tins are leaving Australian shores at alarming rates as Chinese buyers snap up the supply to sell at a premium back home. Experts claim a whopping 30,000 tins of baby formula are being shipped to China each day, leaving Australian mother's desperately searching.

A 45-year-old man was arrested and a short time later, strike force detectives executed search warrants at a business at Bankstown and a home at Chester Hill.  

The 41-year-old female owner of the business was also arrested in relation to the suspected baby formula syndicate.  

Nearly 200 traffickers arrested in drug-riddled Melbourne suburb

  Nearly 200 traffickers arrested in drug-riddled Melbourne suburb A major police crackdown has led to almost 200 drug traffickers arrested in an inner-city suburb of Melbourne home to a controversial safe injecting facility. Police have stepped up patrols around drug-riddled Richmond including notorious Victoria Street, with officers on foot, bikes and inside vehicles making a total of 196 trafficking arrests since July last year.Yarra Local Area Commander, Inspector Anne Rudd, said the arrests made by Operation Confining would have a "flow-on effect" on the level of drug trafficking in the area.

Vancouver police have arrested a man they allege was paying drug users to steal baby formula from local stores, then shipping it to buyers in China for a large profit. Vancouver Police Constable Jason Doucette looks at some of the ,000 worth of stolen baby formula that was recovered by police.

Bulk baby formula buyers weren't heading for the checkout of the Box Hill Woolworths, but directly to the door to the stock room where they were handed a A man filming the stunning sight berated the line for buying so many tins of the sought-after formula just to make huge profits selling them online.

A significant quantity of baby formula was found during the searches, NSW Police said in a statement.

Police also said they found various other items which were believed to have been stolen.          

Detectives were tipped off by local retailers who suspected a syndicate was operating in the Bankstown area earlier this year. 

The man and woman were taken to Bankstown Police Station where they are expected to be charged over the crimes.

Strikeforce Polar began investigating the suspected syndicate earlier this year and are expected to make further arrests. 

a display in a store: Strike force detectives executed search warrants at a business at Bankstown (pictured) and a home at Chester Hill © Provided by Daily Mail Strike force detectives executed search warrants at a business at Bankstown (pictured) and a home at Chester Hill a group of police officers riding on the back of a truck: The 41-year-old female owner of the business was also arrested in relation to the suspected baby formula syndicate © Provided by Daily Mail The 41-year-old female owner of the business was also arrested in relation to the suspected baby formula syndicate

exit the table: Renault remains in Formula 1! .
© LAT No exit: Renault remains committed to Formula 1 Renault will remain in Formula 1 beyond 2020, the manufacturer announced on Friday. "We said it publicly and confirm once again that we want to stay in Formula 1," said Interim Managing Director Clotilde Delbos. In a way this comes as a surprise, because speculation about the French manufacturer's exit has been going on for some time.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 7
This is interesting!