Cairns Australia - ONE of Cairns' chief detectives has put outlaw bikie gangs on notice after three men were arrested over a $120,000 cigarette heist. Far North acting Insp Ed Kinbacher said the men's arrests were just the tip of the iceberg in a sting that was likely to net up to 20 members of Cairns' chapter of the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Club. And he warned other members of the club, or similar outlawed clubs, that police would be watching them. "This is merely one cell which is operating under one particular member," he said. "It doesn't move much beyond that particular cell, but obviously, the broader group remains a particular focus of police here in north Queensland and they can expect ongoing attention, as can the other outlawed motorcycle gangs which are operating here in North Queensland or have ambitions to do so."
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