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Police dog helps find drugs and ammo at Grafton house

John Gass

GRAFTON police found a gun magazine, ammunition and a quantity of cannabis at a Briemba St house on Thursday morning.

Police executed a search warrant on the property and a drug detection dog helped locate the drug, police said.

A male resident of the address will be issued with a court attendance notice.

Car theft prompts "lock-up" reminder

Police have reminded motorists to lock their cars after a 4WD was stolen from Lilypool Rd, South Grafton overnight on Wednesday.

The car, a white 1998 Holden Jackaroo, registration number BP96DW, has still not been recovered.

"The common denominator in many recent car thefts is that they are not secured," said Inspector Murray Gillett.

Topics:  cannabis, police




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