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February 27, 2024

Three charged with fraud, gun and drug offences

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Byron Bay local is 2024 Glover Prize Finalist

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Woman missing from Evans Head

Police are asking the public for help finding a woman reported missing from the Evans Head area but also known to frequent the Ballina area.

Two men and a woman have been charged with drug, fraud and firearms offences after a police raid on a unit in Kingscliff on Friday night.

Police allege they seized a gun, a quantity of methamphetamine and cash during the raid, as well as impounding to vehicles, mobile phones, bank cards and drivers licences.

They arrested a 33-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman at the home, while a 39-year-old man who fled was arrested a short time later following a chase and an altercation with officers.


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