Police investigating the kidnapping and assault of former test cricketer Stuart McGill have arrested a man after allegedly finding drugs and guns.
Police say they found illicit drugs in a Toyota Camry they stopped on the Anzac Bridge at Pyrmont on Wednesday afternoon.
The Camry was stopped as part of investigations by Strike Force Cain, assembled following the kidnapping of 50-year-old Mr McGill at Cremorne in April.
There's no suggestion Mr McGill has done anything illegal, but six people have been charged connected to his kidnapping so far, which bail hearings have heard was related to a botched drug deal.
The extent of Mr McGill's involvement in the deal was heard to be introducing one man to another man related to his partner.
A 28-year-old man arrested during the Wednesday afternoon traffic stop is yet to be charged.
He could face court over the items seized by police on Wednesday, but is not expected to be charged in relation to the kidnapping.
During a separate Strike Force Cain raid at a Casula property, police say they seized more drugs, a gun, and cash.
Australian Associated Press