A former Finks outlaw motorcycle gang member has been charged over the alleged possession of an unlicensed crocodile and stolen property in Sydney's west.
As part of ongoing targeting of the bikie group's illicit activities, NSW Police Strike Force Raptor used a search warrant to raid the member's home in Colebee on Friday.
During the search, police found cash, a Mercedes Benz sedan with Victorian number plates, two Yamaha trail motorcycles, a jet ski and trailer, all believed to have been stolen.
Police say these items were taken and forensically examined.
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Bizarrely, they also found a freshwater crocodile — which was also seized as the residents did not hold a wildlife exhibitor licence.
Officer then arrested 24-year-old man at the home, news.com.au reported.
He was taken to Riverstone Police Station and charged with four counts of dealing with property suspected of being the proceeds of crime, two counts of possess motor vehicle or vessel where unique identifier has been interfered with, and dealing in protected animals.
The man was granted strict conditional bail and is due to appear at Blacktown Local Court on April 29.
Police say inquiries are continuing.