Olympian Scott Miller arrested in $2 million ice sting

Olympian Scott Miller has been arrested during a police sting after investigations into a $2 million ice haul that was allegedly concealed inside candles.

About 6am on Tuesday officers executed search warrants at a home in Balmain, a unit in Rozelle and a business in Bankstown.

Scott Miller has been arrested during a police drug sting. Credit:AP, Wolter Peeters

Miller, 45, was arrested at Rozelle and a 47-year-old man was arrested at Balmain.

Both men were taken to Newtown police station where investigations are continuing and charges are expected to be laid.

Miller was a butterfly swimmer who represented Australia at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta where he won a silver medal.

Senior police will address the media on Tuesday morning.

Earlier this year detectives from the State Crime Command’s Drug and Firearms Squad, as well as the NSW Crime Commission, began investigating a criminal syndicate involved in the supply of prohibited drugs – mainly methylamphetamine or ice – throughout NSW.

More to come.

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