Major search underway after 17 firearms stolen during NSW break-in

Police are desperately appealing for information after 17 firearms were stolen during a break-in of a home in NSW.

Sometime between Saturday 30 September and Monday 2 October, a home on River Street in Corowa, about 60km west of Albury, was broken into while the occupants were away.

Seventeen firearms, including eight rifles, two shotguns, two revolvers, four pistols, an air rifle, and assorted ammunition were stolen from three secured safes.


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A crime scene was established and examined by specialist forensic officers, however the guns are yet to be located.

Police are appealing for assistance from any person with information about the break in to contact Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

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If only the Greens would stop making this information public. And the Police also have access to the firearms registry, wouldn’t be the first time crooked cops have profited from firearms theft.

Probably a dirty tricks unit of the secret police which has keys to all safes did this to give impetus to the gun confiscation agenda.