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Guns found at a Durroughby address. (supplied)

Lismore detectives say they will be soon taking to a ‘person of interest’ after finding guns and cannabis at a Durroughby address yesterday.

Detectives executed a search warrant at the address at 1pm yesterday.

During a search of the house and property they located two stolen firearms, 10 kilos of cannabis leaf and 76 cannabis plants.

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Cannabis found yesterday during a police raid. (supplied)
Cannabis found yesterday during a police raid. (supplied)

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