Police say a Windang man will face firearms charges in court today, after a Raptor Squad raid on his home.
About 10.30am Monday detectives attended a home on Kurrajong Road at Windang for a Firearm Prohibition Order search.
The occupants - a man and woman aged 29 and 37 - weren't at the address.
Police allege the duo arrived a short time later in a black Ford Ranger driven by the 29-year-old, who is a disqualified driver. He was arrested.
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The officers then searched the home and say they found two handguns and a butterfly knife.
A crime scene warrant was applied for and police seized the two pistols, numerous bank cards, two mobile phones, ammunition and two car keys.
A NSW Police spokesperson said all items will undergo further forensic tests and the firearms will be subject to ballistic examinations.
The woman was arrested and taken with the 29-year-old man to Lake Illawarra Police Station, however, was later released.
The man was charged with nine offences, including two counts of possess unauthorised pistol, acquire pistol-subject to firearms prohibition order, acquire ammunition subject to prohibition order, possess ammunition without holding licence or permit, possess or use a prohibited weapon without permit, use prohibited weapon contrary to prohibition order, goods suspected stolen on premises, and drive motor vehicle during disqualification period.
The Windang man was refused bail to face Wollongong Local Court on Tuesday.
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