A man, 34, has been arrested after firearms were discovered in a police raid in Greenock. 

Two handguns and a small amount of cannabis was recovered from a property in Wren Road on May 14. 

The alarm was raised after the UK Border Force intercepted a firearm while checking incoming mail. 

The police investigation was aided by the National Crime Agency as part of the Organised Crime Partnership. 

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Detective Inspector Tom Gillan, of the Organised Crime Partnership, said: "Our investigation has resulted in firearms being removed from the local area and while it is not linked to the recent shooting in Greenock, I hope this police activity and partnership approach gives the local community some reassurance.

"Our work around these proactive investigations will continue across Scotland."

The 34-year-old will appear at Greenock Sheriff court at a later date.