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Man arrested in Bathurst over alleged overseas importation of firearms

A man has been arrested in Bathurst following a joint investigation into the alleged importation of illegal firearms parts and drug manufacturing equipment.

In August, NSW Police, Australian Border Force and US Homeland Security began an investigation into the alleged importation of firearms parts and drug manufacturing equipment into Australia from the US, Hong Kong, China, Germany and Japan.

NSW Police, Australian Border Force and US Homeland Security began an investigation after receiving information about the alleged importation of firearm parts and drug manufacturing equipment into Australia.

NSW Police, Australian Border Force and US Homeland Security began an investigation after receiving information about the alleged importation of firearm parts and drug manufacturing equipment into Australia. Credit:NSW Police

At 6am on Wednesday, authorities executed a search warrant for a property in Violet Street, in South Bathurst.

Investigators uncovered an unknown substance inside the home and requested assistance from NSW Fire and Rescue.

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