POLICE have seized a cache of stolen weapons after they raided a Griffith home last week.
About 1.30am on Friday, detectives attended a home on Lawford Crescent where they arrested a 21-year-old man for breach of bail and breach apprehended violence order (AVO).
During the arrest, police seized a number of the man’s personal items, including a mobile phone.
An inspection of the phone allegedly identified drug activity and pictures of three shotguns, which had been stolen during a break and enter in July this year.
At 11.50am on Friday, police executed a search warrant at a Lawford Crescent house, where they seized a shotgun barrel, a hacksaw blade, two shotgun cartridges, a firearm carry bag, a crystal substance believed to be a cutting agent, electronic scales, and other goods suspected of being stolen.
The 21-year-old man was charged with possess shortened firearm, possess unauthorised firearm, possess barrel, possess ammunition and goods in custody.
He appeared before Griffith Local Court on Saturday.
Meanwhile, last Tuesday members of the Griffith Police Target Action Group executed a search warrant on a Hanwood premises.
As a result of the raid an amount of cannabis and cash was seized.
Later the same day, a 49-year-old man was charged with supply prohibited drug and related drug offences.
He was bailed to appear before Griffith Local Court on September 11.
On Wednesday, a Griffith woman was interviewed in relation to the seizure but was released without charge.
Further charges are anticipated.