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A Delphi Tactical long arm rifle. Photo delphitactical.com

A police raid on a Banora Point property on Saturday (October 20) saw six rifles seized and three people charged.

Police from the Tweed Byron Police District and Tweed Byron Regional Enforcement Squad raided the Banora Point property following an ongoing investigation into firearm supply.

During the search they seized 6 long arm rifles with scopes and a large amount of mixed ammunition.

A 35-year-old male and a 35-year-old female from Banora Point were each charged with possess unauthorised firearm, possess ammunition and knowingly take part in supply of firearms.

A 37-year-old female from Brunswick Heads was charged with unrelated stealing offences. The three were bail refused to Tweed Heads Local Court on Sunday, October 21.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. I cant believe the number of firearms offences being uncovered in Byron Bay.

    Seems almost every week the Police arrest persons on firearms charges.

    Of course, in this instance there is no direct reference in your article to any charge referring specifically to the Delphi depicted in the article.

    Could you confirm the rifle shown in your articles is actually representative of one or more sized by the Police.

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