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Man arrested over weapons stolen from Australian navy

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Police on Saturday arrested a man over a night raid on an Australian naval vessel in which weapons were allegedly stolen by a balaclava-clad intruder dressed in military clothing. 

A handout photo, taken in 2010, shows HMAS Anzac conducting a 5-inch gun live firing drill in the East Australian Exercise Area during the Fleet Concentration Period. Police on Saturday arrested a man over a night raid on an Australian naval vessel in which weapons were allegedly stolen by a balaclava-clad intruder dressed in military clothing.

Northern Territory Police said they had recovered the two shotguns and 12 pistols stolen from a navy patrol boat moored at HMAS Coonawarra in Darwin around midnight on Thursday.

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