NSW police have extradited two men from Victoria to face charges relating to an alleged aggravated break and enter in which a shot was fired from a gun.
The men will appear in court on Thursday charged with outstanding warrants.
NSW Police will allege the two men, armed with a firearm, forced entry to a home on Pioneer Drive, Jindera, about 12.15am last Friday and assaulted a 35-year-old man.
Police said the occupant resisted, and the two men fled, after discharging a shot.
Officers from Murray River Police District attended and following extensive inquiries, detectives travelled to Victoria on Monday.
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Police said with the assistance of Victoria Police, two men, aged 19 and 21, were arrested at homes in Wodonga.
The two men were extradited from Victoria and taken to Albury Police Station on Wednesday.
The older man was charged with an outstanding warrant for the charges of special aggravated break and enter and committing a serious indictable offence with a weapon, firing a firearm at a dwelling with disregard for safety, possessing an unauthorised prohibited firearm, using an unauthorised prohibited firearm, possessing ammunition without holding licence/permit/authority, and possessing a shortened firearm (not a pistol) without authority.
The younger man was charged with an outstanding warrant for the charges of special aggravated break and enter and committing a serious indictable offence with a weapon, and common assault.
Both men were refused bail to appear before Albury Local Court on Thursday.