Greyhound Racing NSW has reported to police their claims of "missing computers and financial records" at the Dapto Agricultural and Horticultural Society.
The organisation confirmed on Wednesday that Wollongong police had been notified - the same day the NSW Supreme Court granted an accelerated timetable to hear the dispute over the future of Dapto dogs.
GRNSW claims the society had a secret plan to shut down greyhound racing at the iconic Dapto track.
They claim the computers and financial records have been missing since an administrator, Grant Carroll, was appointed by GRNSW on November 6.
But DAHS denies the allegations, and accusesGRNSW chief executive office Tony Mestrov of having an " aggressive strategy to take over the society (DAHS) by appointing an administrator.
GRNSW says it has previously made repeated attempts to meet with DAHS members - and to have access to the missing information.
Mr Mestrov said "the matter of missing computers has been referred to police. We are also considering this week the appointment of an auditor," he said. "At the core of our concerns are financial irregularities, and we are confident the truth will come out.
Mr Mestrov welcomes the NSW Supreme Court's decision to expedite the hearing "as we also seek court orders for the administrator to access all financial documents".
He said that while he was pleased that greyhound racing at Dapto continues in the interim, it was "clear that nearly every cost of the showgrounds is inappropriately apportioned as against greyhound racing, and that some income arising from greyhound racing may not be credited to it".
"GRNSW knows what it costs to run a greyhound track. There are 30 other greyhound tracks around NSW we can benchmark against. The records of the Dapto Agricultural and Horticultural Society, as provided to date, claim that it makes a loss on this facility, in circumstances where no other track in NSW makes such a loss."
Mr Mestrov said that despite reports to the contrary, GRNSW had "never had any desire to take over all operations of the Dapto Agricultural and Horticultural Society".
"It merely is concerned to promote greyhound racing in NSW as a competitive and sustainable industry with a high level of public trust.
"There has also been much speculation around GRNSW having received the Dapto Agricultural and Horticultural Society's plans for the showgrounds 12 months ago. The plans which were provided to GRNSW are for improved racing facilities at Dapto, not for the deletion of the greyhound track and the replacement of the showgrounds with a shipping container terminal, or light industrial facilities, or a retirement village."
And at no stage had GRNSW been seeking to gain any advantage in commercial negotiations, he said.
"GRNSW has appointed an administrator to ensure that taxpayer and industry funds are being utilised in a lawful, responsible and proper manner."
DAHS chief executive officer Katrina Novak said the court had already found that Mr Carroll was not independent and had reaffirmed its earlier finding that no evidence has been presented justifying his claims about the society's performance or governance.
"GRNSW is digging its financial black hole even deeper through an expensive court process which benefits no-one and wastes public funds," Ms Novak said.
The society had negotiated in good faith for 12 months, she said, while "GRNSW has shown the colour of its stripes by pursuing an aggressive campaign of public intimidation and now litigation".
"We take great confidence from our success in obtaining orders which place stringent requirements on the conduct of the Administrator," she said.
NSW Police confirmed the matter had been reported this week.
The hearing is scheduled for February 10 and 11.