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Huge arsenal of sub-machine guns, assault rifles and revolvers are found dumped in the boot of an abandoned car in Sydney’s west by terror cops
dailymail.co.uk Jun 6, 2019 7:36 AM
A massive haul of firearms have been found in the boot of an abandoned car in Sydney’s west and seized by police.

Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Drug and Firearms Squad attended a property near Bankstown at 10am on Thursday.


A total of 46 firearms were seized from the property including machine guns and silencers, some of which are worth up to $30,000 on the black market.


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A massive haul of firearms were found in the boot of an abandoned car in Sydney’s west and seized by police

Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Drug and Firearms Squad attended a property near Bankstown at 10am on Thursday

A total of 46 firearms were seized from the property including machine guns and silencers, some of which are worth up to $30,000 on the black market
During a search of the property, police found 29 firearms including 19 long arms and 10 handguns in the boot of an abandoned vehicle.


The firearms including three SKS assault rifles, a ZK-22 rifle, a Ruger Mini-14 and three Smith and Wesson revolvers.

A further 17 weapon parts were also found, including two silencers and 15 magazines.

Images show police searching through the huge haul of gun paraphernalia and seizing the weapons.

Police had been investigation firearm supply and organised crime figures in the area when they received information about the location of the guns.

Detective Superintendent Peter McErlain said the find was significant and was expected to be used by dangerous figures, The Daily Telegraph reported.


During a search of the property, police found 29 firearms including 19 long arms and 10 handguns in the boot of an abandoned vehicle

The firearms including three SKS assault rifles, a ZK-22 rifle, a Ruger Mini-14 and three Smith and Wesson revolvers
‘This is a significant haul of weapons which we believe could have been used or sold to dangerous crime organisations including those linked to terrorism,’ he said.

‘All weapons will now be ballistically and forensically tested to see if they have been used in outstanding crimes.’

Members of the community have been providing information to police and while no arrests have been made, the investigation is continuing.

‘Every weapon seized is one that cant be used to commit a violent crime or sold to finance drug or other criminal operations,’ Superintendent McErlain said.


Images show police searching through the huge haul of gun paraphernalia and seizing the weapons

Police had been investigation firearm supply and organised crime figures in the area when they received information about the location of the guns
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