Tumut man charged after bombs, guns and drugs seized by police

Cannabis seized during the search warrant.

Cannabis seized during the search warrant.

POLICE have seized homemade explosives, guns, drugs and stolen property after executing a search warrant on a man’s home in Tumut on Tuesday.

A 31-year-old man has been charged with a raft of offences including allegedly supplying a prohibited drug, four counts of possessing military-style weapons without a permit and dealing with the suspected proceeds of a crime. 

Detectives from Cootamundra raided a property on Blowering Road where they found more than five ounces of cannabis,  four homemade bombs, four military grade pistols, a significant amount of cash and a number of mobile phones.  

Tumut duty officer Inspector Stephen Radford, said Tuesday’s arrest came after an intensive and ongoing investigation by NSW Police Force. 

The accused was granted conditional bail to appear in Tumut Local Court on October 10. 

Two of the pistols seiezed during the search warrant.

Two of the pistols seiezed during the search warrant.

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