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REPLICA HANDGUN POINTED AT TEENAGE GIRL

A man’s been charged with firearm offences after allegedly pointing a replica handgun at a mother and her teenage daughter at Tuggerah Railway Station.

The two females were walking towards the commuter carpark yesterday afternoon when the man allegedly pointed the replica at the 13-year-old girl.

The police were called and allegedly found a black replica handgun.

The 38-year-old is facing three charges including intimidation.

He was due to appear in Wyong Local Court on Tuesday.

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Blake Doyle is NBN's Head of News. Prior to that he spent eight years as NBN's Chief Producer. He's worked as a journalist in Newcastle, London and far north Queensland.

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