Drugs and weapons near Tumbarumba were seized by Riverina police yesterday. About 11am, police officers seized methamphetamine, cannabis seeds, knuckle dusters, ammunition and numerous electronic items from a property on Batlow Road, Willigobung. It came after they executed a Firearms Prohibition Order and a search warrant at the&nbsp;property. The occupant, a 40-year-old man, was issued a number of infringements for animal cruelty–related offences after a dog was also seized by police. The items will be forensically examined. The police operation included a number of units: tactical operations, state protection support, rescue and bomb disposal and police dog. Riverina Police District Duty Officer Detective Inspector Stephen Radford said the operation was another example of the NSW Police using statewide resources to help regional areas with their crime issues. “We are planning further operations of this type around the Tumbarumba area to target identified crime pathways,” Detective Inspector Radford said. Investigations into the seized items are ongoing. As inquires continue, police are urging anyone who may have information relating to thefts from properties around the Tumbarumba area or the unlawful possession of firearms to come forward. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers&nbsp;on 1800 333 000. While you’re with us, did you know that you can now receive updates straight to your inbox each day at 6am from The Daily Advertiser? To make sure you’re up to date with all the Wagga news, sign up here.