A MAN is believed to have been arrested after police executed a search warrant at a house in Warrnambool yesterday
Warrnambool police confirmed they executed a search warrant at 8am at a home, which led to a number of documents being seized.
A police spokesman said the action yesterday morning was part of an ongoing investigation.
It is understood the home is owned by a former Warrnambool Football Netball Club (WFNC) employee.
A Warrnambool man is understood to have been arrested and placed in the police station cells before being interviewed.
It is believed he made a "no comment" interview.
A WFNC spokesperson declined to comment yesterday.
The development followers widespread rumors and calls to The Standard in the past three weeks relating to issues surrounding the Warrnambool Football Club.
An earlier story incorrectly stated the raid took place at Reid Oval offices.