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One man has been charged and another man issued a future court attendance notice after police raided a home at Cawongla on Thursday (July 13), seizing cannabis, cookies and unregistered firearms.

Just before 9.30am Thursday, police will allege they found a 67-year-old man in possession of prohibited drugs, unregistered firearms and ammunition at a property on Cawongla Road, Larnook.

Police raided the property and seized cannabis, cannabis cookies, a number of firearms, a suppressor and ammunition.

The 67-year-old man attended Lismore Police Station on Friday (July 14) where he was charged with possessing a prohibited drug, possessing unregistered firearms, not ensure safe keeping of pistol, three counts of possessing firearms while unlicensed and possessing ammunition without a licence.

He will appear before Lismore Local Court on Monday August 21.

A second man, 57, also attended Lismore Police Station today where he had his firearms licence suspended and was issued a cannabis caution.

Investigations continue.

 


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