Two men, 24 and 28, both from Fareham, have been arrested on suspicion of possessing a prohibited weapon.
Both have been released under investigation while police enquiries continue.
Police in Newgate Lane, Fareham, on October 2 where they raided a compound. Picture: Habibur Rahman
Officers seized a stun gun, the suspected prohibited weapon, and a quantity of suspected class A drugs.
The RSPCA also seized one goat for further assessment.
Detective Inspector Abbie Leeson said: ‘We have now concluded our searches and I would like to thank the local community for their patience and support over these two days.’
More than a dozen police vehicles were at the scene. Picture: Habibur Rahman
Police cordoned off the entrance to Southern Water’s Peel Common water treatment works during the raid.
A resident of the compound, who asked not to be named, previously said police had ‘come barging in’ at 4am.
He said: ‘We were trying to sleep and they broke down the door.’
The compound, featuring at least three wooden building and a a number of static mobile homes, is understood to have been bought and occupied two years ago.
A 58-year-old Newgate Lane resident previously told The News: ‘We went upstairs to watch.
‘They arrived without any sirens.
‘But it must be serious if they have sent this many police.’
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