Wodonga house raided in a bid to retrieve firearms

SEIZURE: Sergeant Mick Savage removes an imitation gun from the Wodonga home during Thursday's raid. A Holden Commodore and range of other items were also seized. Pictures: BLAIR THOMSON

SEIZURE: Sergeant Mick Savage removes an imitation gun from the Wodonga home during Thursday's raid. A Holden Commodore and range of other items were also seized. Pictures: BLAIR THOMSON

POLICE have seized an imitation gun during a raid on a Wodonga home. 

Officers searched the Vienna Court house on Thursday afternoon and made three arrests. 

A Holden Commodore believed to be linked to a pursuit on the Hume Highway, which reached speeds of about 180km/h on Tuesday night, was also towed from the property. 

TAKEN INTO CUSTODY: A man salutes the media while being arrested and led from the home and into a waiting police van.

TAKEN INTO CUSTODY: A man salutes the media while being arrested and led from the home and into a waiting police van.

Officers removed a wide range of other items from the house, including a “keep left” road sign. 

Evidence of drug use was also found at the property. 

Plain-clothed and uniformed officers combed through the brick home in search of items, including weapons. 

Neighbours welcomed the raid and said the house was well-known for drug use. 

TOWED: Officers with the Holden Commodore thought to have been involved in a high-speed pursuit on the Hume Highway on Tuesday.

TOWED: Officers with the Holden Commodore thought to have been involved in a high-speed pursuit on the Hume Highway on Tuesday.

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