Police have seized three guns and uncovered "a number of items" they believe have been stolen from properties in and around Orange after executing a search warrant on a Lucas Street address on Monday.
Central West Police District Chief Inspector Peter Atkins said police "conducted a search of the premises" at 8.50am on Monday and found amphetamines, three rifles and what they believe to be stolen goods.
MAP: The street where the property was searched ...
Lucas Street is less than 200 metres from Bowen Primary School and Dudley Primary Hospital, and just over a block from St Mary's Catholic Primary School.
Chief Inspector Atkins didn't go into detail about the items recovered.
"We found a number of things which we will allege were stolen during recent break-ins," he said.
As of Thursday, police are yet to arrest anyone in following Monday's search.
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