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A man and woman have been arrested and charged with multiple drug-related offences after a raid on a property in Murwillumbah yesterday.

About 11.15am (Friday 2 June 2017), police attached to the Tweed/Byron Local Area Command raided the property on Lundberg Drive.

Police allege they located cannabis and methamphetamine, along with an amount of cash.

A 32-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman were arrested and taken to Tweed Heads Police Station.

The man was charged with two counts of possess prohibited drug, occupier permit drug premises and breach of bail.

The woman was charged with goods in custody, possess prohibited drug and be on drug premises.

They were both refused bail to in Tweed Heads Bail Court on Saturday (June 3).


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