Police raid Colac business

Throwing knives and drugs were part of a haul police seized after raiding a Colac business.

Throwing knives and drugs were part of a haul police seized in a Colac business raid.

POLICE have seized drugs, a sword and throwing knives during a raid on a Colac business.

Colac Criminal Investigation Unit Detective Chris Potter said police executed a drugs warrant at a Murray Street business, where they found a “small amount” of cannabis and methamphetamines, otherwise known as ice.

Det Potter said police arrested and charged a 43-year-old man on Friday with having possessed cannabis, amphetamines and weapons.

“We located a small amount of cannabis and some ice,” he said of the Friday morning raid.

“The weapons were a sword in a scabbard and a couple of throwing knives.”

Police have bailed the man, who will appear in the Colac Magistrate’s Court in December.

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