A man has been charged after police discovered homemade bombs, drugs and replica handguns at a home in Tumut, New South Wales.
Officers executed a search warrant on the property on Blowering Road on Tuesday 28 June, allegedly uncovering cannabis, cash, four homemade bombs, four replica pistols and several mobile phones.
Following ongoing investigations, a 31-year-old man was arrested at the same home yesterday.
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He was taken to Tumut Police Station where he was charged with multiple offences including supply a prohibited drug, deal with the suspected proceeds of crime, possess or use a military-style weapon without permit and possess ammunition without holding licence/permit/authority.
Tumut Duty Officer, Inspector Stephen Radford, said yesterday’s arrest was the result of an intensive, ongoing and commendable investigation by detectives