A man charged with breaking into a private Brisbane college and stealing almost a dozen guns has faced court over the daring heist.
A man charged with stealing several rifles and shotguns from a Brisbane Catholic school will remain behind bars as police try to track down the weapons.
Jason Francis Williams, 43, was remanded in custody after he appeared in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
Williams and a 27-year-old woman have been charged with breaking into a high-security building at St Joseph’s Nudgee College and removing about 10 firearms.
A large amount of ammunition was also stolen during the heist on Sunday night.
The weapons belonged to a student gun club that’s operated at the north Brisbane boys’ school for more than a century.
Police arrested Williams and his friend Cristle Ten-Bohmer after finding one of the shotguns and most of the ammunition in the boot of their car.
The rest of the guns are still missing.
Ten-Bohmer was denied bail when she faced court on Monday charged with weapons and property offences.
Williams is charged with similar offences and both cases have been adjourned for several weeks.