A man and a teenage boy have been arrested after allegedly robbing a woman at gunpoint in the early hours of Saturday morning.
NSW Police said a 23-year-old woman was walking on Logan Road, North Albury at 3.30am on Saturday when the men approached.
The older man allegedly pointed a gun at the woman demanding cash.
The woman handed over her backpack and the pair fled on bicycles.
Later that night police attended a home on Bateman Place, Albury and established a crime scene.
They allegedly found cannabis, methamphetamine, ammunition and the woman's backpack.
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Police attended a motel on Wodonga Place, Albury about 1.20pm on Monday and arrested a 17-year-old boy and a 25-year-old man.
The teenager was charged with robbing while armed with dangerous weapon in company, possessing a loaded firearm public place, carrying a firearm manner likely injure person, and possessing an unauthorised pistol.
He was refused bail to appear in the children's court.
The man was charged with robbing while armed with dangerous weapon in company, possessing a loaded firearm public place, carrying a firearm manner likely injure person, possessing an unauthorised pistol, and acquiring a pistol - subject to firearms prohibition order.
He was refused bail to appear in Albury Local Court.