Police find weapons, drugs at Murray Bridge property

A local man has been arrested after police allegedly discovered gun parts, knives, methamphetamine and more.

Weapons including double-edged knives and a taser have allegedly been found during a police raid on a Murray Bridge property.

Detectives, police dog Indi and local officers searched the property around 9am on Good Friday.

They allegedly found ammunition, parts of one or more guns, knuckledusters, a slingshot and capsicum spray as well as the knives and taser.

They also allegedly found amounts of methamphetamine and cannabis and related equipment.

Police arrested a 39-year-old Murray Bridge man and charged him with possession of prohibited weapons, ammunition, "a dangerous article" and the drugs; unlawful possession; breaching a court order prohibiting him from posessing guns; and breaching bail.

He will remain in custody until at least Tuesday, when he will face Murray Bridge Magistrates' Court.

Anyone with information about illegal weapons or illicit drugs in Murray Bridge should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or at www.crimestopperssa.com.au.

People providing information can remain anonymous.

Police did not disclose the location of the property.