A 24-YEAR-OLD Warrnambool man is one of three alleged offenders charged with drug offences after a Colac police sting this morning.
Detective Senior Constable Chris Potter, of the Colac police crime investigation unit, said Colac uniformed police officers intercepted a vehicle at a city service station at 4.40am.
Police allege they found 25 grams of amphetamine in the car with a street value of about $7000.
Geelong men aged 23 and 28 years old have been charged with trafficking and possessing amphetamine and one man is also accused of possessing the proceeds of crime - about $2500 in cash.
Police then acted on information received and arrested a 24-year-old Warrnambool man.
He has been charged with trafficking and possessing amphetamine and possessing the proceeds of crime - about $2500 in cash.