Stolen property from Wooli home invasion seized at Bonville
10.00PM: A 41-year-old Bonville man was arrested at Coffs Harbour Police Station today in relation to a home invasion at Wooli.
The was has been charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, possess property suspected of being stolen, possess shortened firearm, possess unregistered firearm and have custody of a knife in a public place.
The man was refused bail to appear at Coffs Harbour Bail Court on Saturday.
Strike Force Nanowie continue with their investigations.
8.30AM: A SEARCH warrant conducted at a house in Bonville has led to the seizure of guns, drugs and stolen property following investigations into a home invasion at Wooli.
On Monday, October 13, a 37-year-old man was at his house in Wooli when four males, armed with a gun, an electronic stun device and a baton forced entry into the premises.
During the incident the man was tied-up and assaulted with the firearm and stun-gun. The males then stole cash, jewellery and a vehicle before fleeing the premises.
Strike Force Nanowie, comprising detectives from Coffs/Clarence Local Area Command, was formed to investigate the incident.
About 10am on Thursday, investigators with the assistance of the Dog Unit and Target Action Group, conducted a search warrant at a house in Bonville.
During the search police located two rifles, as well as amounts of cannabis, amphetamines, a stolen trailer, a Holden Commodore ute suspected of being re-birthed and other stolen items.
No arrests were made during the search, however; investigations to locate those responsible for the home invasion are continuing.