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Frankland River gun theft: Police desperately searching for 12 firearms and ammunition stolen from property

Claire SadlerThe West Australian
WA Police are desperately searching for 12 guns and ammunition stolen from a property in the Great Southern. 
Camera IconWA Police are desperately searching for 12 guns and ammunition stolen from a property in the Great Southern.  Credit: Simon Santi/The West Australian

WA Police are desperately searching for 12 guns and ammunition stolen from a property in the Great Southern.

Eight rifles and four shotguns along with an amount of ammunition were stolen during a burglary at the Frankland River property sometime between Tuesday, February 13 and Friday, February 16.

The firearms stolen are a .222 Remington Savage rifle, a .22 Browning rifle, a .22 Anschutz rifle, a .22M Marlin rifle, a .20G/22 Savage Combo rifle, a .22 Krico rifle, a .310 BSA rifle, a .303 British Lee Enfield rifle, a .12G Winchester shotgun, a .12G Liege shotgun, and two .410G shotguns.

Albany detectives are urging anyone with information regarding the burglary, the whereabouts of the stolen guns, or any suspicious attempts to sell firearms matching the description to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report it online via this link.

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Frankland River .222 Remington Savage Rifle.
Camera IconFrankland River .222 Remington Savage Rifle. Credit: WA Police/supplied
Frankland River  .22 Krico Rifle.
Camera IconFrankland River .22 Krico Rifle. Credit: WA Police/supplied
Frankland River .22 Browning Rifle.
Camera IconFrankland River .22 Browning Rifle. Credit: WA Police/supplied
Frankland River  .12G Liege Shotgun.
Camera IconFrankland River .12G Liege Shotgun. Credit: WA Police/supplied

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