Rural Firearm Theft: Police Warn Farmers To Protect Their Guns

A surge in firearm theft in the past few years, much of it from rural properties, has prompted a warning from police for farmers to review their security arrangements. The head of the firearms and organised crime unit for NSW Police, Detective Superintendent Nick Ploteski, said the guns usually found their way onto the illicit market and into the hands of criminals…

Source: www.southernweekly.com.au

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