Finks bikie charged after NSW police raids

Rachel Gray
AAP

A high-ranking Finks bikie has been charged after nearly 90kg of illegal drugs, cash, guns, bullets and encrypted mobile phones were allegedly found during police raids in Sydney.

Officers say they uncovered a large stash of what's believed to be MDA pills and powder, cocaine, two firearms, a silencer and ammunition in a storage cage in a residential carpark in Kellyville Ridge on Tuesday.

A 35-year-old man who visited the cage a day after the search was then arrested.

Police later also seized a revolver, encrypted phones, a hydrogen chloride gas cylinder and various documents during raids on a unit at the same complex and a home at Beaumont Hills.

The man, a senior member of the Finks bikie gang, was taken to Riverstone Police Station and charged with large commercial drug supply and 15 firearms offences.

He was refused bail to appear at Blacktown Local Court on Thursday.