A look at some of the weapons found at 30 Virgilwood Cres. in Barrie.
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Const. Angie Butler said the two crews of investigators working simultaneously in the bomb shelter and basement at the home of William and Renata Feldhoff found the guns, including rifles and automatic shotguns.
Investigators initially responded to the house as part of a cold case investigation into the murder of Michael Traynor, 26, in 1978.
William Feldhoff's son Donald is charged with first-degree murder and William is accused of being an accessory.
Traynor was found with his wrists and ankles bound with copper wire and died of two gunshot wounds to the chest.
Police say Donald confessed to the killing, but warned them there could be trouble at his parents' house. That's when police investigated further and discovered the bombs and guns.
Many of the firearms in the home are restricted and further charges are pending.
Nearby residents in this city north of Toronto have been forced from their homes since last Thursday.