Knuckle dusters, ballistic vests, 200 knives and a slingshot: the man is charged after the police found a terrible supply of weapons in his house in Sydney
- A 49-year-old man from Sydney was indicted after the police found weapons in his home
- The police found 300 prohibited weapons after searching his property in Maroubra
- The weapons included 200 knives, truncheons, a slingshot and tire tips
A Sydney man was indicted after the police confiscated nearly 300 banned weapons.
In mid-November, border guards intercepted seven packages aimed at the same person and containing a range of weapons, including knuckle dusters, butterfly knives, and hidden knives.
The police were alerted and carried out a search warrant in a house in Maroubra on November 26.
Officers found more than 250 weapons during the raid.
A Sydney man was indicted after the police confiscated nearly 300 banned weapons
The police searched the man's house in Maroubra and found a supply of weapons (batons shown).
This included extendable truncheons, tire tips, an electronic control unit, a slingshot, a ballistic vest, two compound bows and arrows and more than 200 knives of different types.
On December 11, police seized 39 more weapons from a Border Force warehouse in Sydney. These included electronic control units, a slingshot and a variety of knives.
A 49-year-old man arrested on the Maroubra property has been charged with six import and seven possession counts of the prohibited weapons.
He was given a conditional bail and is due to appear before the Waverley Local Court later Thursday.
The police found extendable truncheons, tire tips, an electronic control unit, a slingshot, a ballistic vest, two compound bows and arrows and more than 200 knives
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