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Police in North Carolina seize real Glock Gun disguised as Nerf toy during drug raid

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The Glock, a semiautomatic pistol found by North Carolina Police during a drug raid, had a 50-round magazine and was found alongside around 20 other firearms and a stash of cocaine.

The Glock pistol was painted blue and orange with a Nerf logo similar to the toys made by Hasbro that fire foam darts or balls.

The Catawba County Sheriff’s office in North Carolina says in a Facebook post that while guns are often seized in drug raids “firearms of this type, while not illegal to possess, are concerning”.

As well as the pistol, officers found around 20 other weapons, cocaine, illegal mushrooms, marijuana and $2,300 (£1,600) in cash during the home search in Catawba.

Damien Alonzo Burch, 35, was charged with possession of cocaine, mushrooms and “misdemeanour possession of marijuana”. He was released on bail.

A spokesperson for the sheriff’s office said: “Another success resulting from our area narcotics teams working together.

“Our agencies pooling their resources allows for a greater impact to be felt.”

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