Qld facing extradition over illegal sale of firearms

NSW Police will today apply for the extradition of a Queensland man, in relation to the illegal sale of firearm parts.

As part of an ongoing investigation over the border, a home in Amamoor was raided yesterday morning, with police seizing firearms, aumminition, documents, mobile devices and computers.

A 65-year-old man was arrested on a NSW warrant and taken to Gympie Police Station.


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He’ll front court today, where NSW detectives will apply for his extradition to face firearms-related charges.

Police will allege that the man, who is a registered gun dealer, sold firearms parts to another man without requesting to see a firearms licence, while trading at a gun show at Bathurst in March this year.

Investigations are ongoing.

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