Comanchero Mark Buddle’s associates hunt for his hidden millions across the Middle East and Europe

Bikes go on a hunt for imprisoned Comanchero boss Mark Buddle’s hidden millions after his arrest over alleged $40 million in cocaine shipments sparked divisions within the gang

  • Bikekie employees in search of hidden millions in Europe
  • After the arrest of the Comanchero boss, a treasure hunt takes place
  • Mark Buddle was extradited to Australia in August

Bikie associates scour the Middle East and Europe to find Comanchero boss Mark Buddle’s hidden millions and assets.

Buddle is currently on remand in a Victorian prison, where he faces drug offenses and charges of attempting to import $40 million worth of cocaine.

It comes after years of hiding abroad and building his empire before being finally caught by authorities in Turkey and extradited to Australia in August.

Associates fear his empire and assets will crumble in his absence, prompting them to embark on some sort of treasure hunt to try to recover them.

Bikie employees are scouring the Middle East and Europe trying to find Comanchero boss Mark Buddle's hidden millions and assets (pictured, Buddle with ex-Mel Ter Wisscha).

Bikie employees are scouring the Middle East and Europe trying to find Comanchero boss Mark Buddle’s hidden millions and assets (pictured, Buddle with ex-Mel Ter Wisscha).

Buddle is currently on remand in a Victorian prison, where he faces drug offenses and charges of attempting to import $40 million worth of cocaine (pictured, Buddle with Allan Meehan).

Buddle is currently on remand in a Victorian prison, where he faces drug offenses and charges of attempting to import $40 million worth of cocaine (pictured, Buddle with Allan Meehan).

He is believed to own a luxurious $1.5 million apartment in Istanbul’s Sapphire Tower, villas in the Turkish resort city of Bodrum and several assets in Dubai.

Buddle is also said to own shares in a tourism company and several fuel companies in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.

The search for his fortune has already taken a turn as his staff allegedly lost the key to his apartment in the Sapphire Tower, The Daily Telegraph reported.

The search comes as rifts are reported to arise within the Comanchero bike gang between associates loyal to Buddle and those following drug lord Hakan Ayik.

Ayik is said to still be active in Turkey along with Duax Ngakuru, 42.

Ngakuru, the international mastermind and “supreme commander” of outlaw motorcycle gang Comanchero, was reportedly arrested in Turkey on Sunday.

His arrest is the latest in a series of arrests linked to the encrypted AN0M app, with authorities warning Ngakuru’s good friend Ayik could be next.

Australia's most wanted alleged drug lord, Hakan Ayik, now based in Turkey

Australia’s most wanted alleged drug lord, Hakan Ayik, now based in Turkey

Comancheros biker boss Duax Ngakuru (pictured right) was reportedly arrested in Turkey last week

Comancheros biker boss Duax Ngakuru (pictured right) was reportedly arrested in Turkey last week

Ayik and Ngakuru went to school together at James Cook Boys Technology High School in the southern Sydney suburb of Kogarah and were photographed together in Turkey.

A 2020 selfie of the couple showed them in front of the Kings Cross Hotel in Istanbul.

The hotel is owned by Ayik and is said to be the headquarters of the Aussie Cartel, a group with ties to the Comancheros.

The selfie was posted on the encrypted AN0M app, which was supposed to let participants speak freely, but was actually set up by the FBI and monitored by AFP.

AFP Deputy Commissioner Nigel Ryan warned that all suspected criminals would be tracked down, no matter where they were located.

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