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Cop uniform, replica guns in bag remain a mystery

Update: January 14, 4.32pm

POLICE are still investigating the discovery of a suspicious bag found in Banora Point late last week.

About 3pm Thursday December 8, the bag containing a Queensland Police Service hat and shirt, along with two replica guns, was discovered by a local walking their dog, Tweed Byron LAC Inspector Darren Steel said. 

Insp Steel said Tweed police were still waiting to hear back from their Queensland counterparts in regards to the items. 

"We haven't got any information back from them," Insp Steel said.

He said the Queensland Police Service was conducting internal inquiries to establish the source of the missing uniform. 

Initial report: January 12, 12pm 

POLICE are investigating the discovery of a mysterious bag found with a police uniform and replica guns in Banora Point on Thursday afternoon. 

Tweed-Byron LAC Inspector Gary Cowan said about 3pm Thursday, the bag was found in a waterway near Foxhill Pl. 

Insp Cowan said the bag contained a Queensland Police hat and shirt, as well as two replica guns. 

He said Tweed-Byron LAC police were liaising with the Queensland Police Service to get to the bottom of the mystery. 



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