Weapons, drugs and stolen property have been seized by police at an Atherton home.
Officers tracked four men to a Armstrong Street address, after they allegedly stole from a Canopus Circuit home on Friday, August 26.
They are accused of stealing tools from the carport area of the address.
Police conducted an emergent search of the house and vehicles.
During the search of a Toyota Hilux found at the address, officers allegedly found a stolen Makita rotary drill, traffic control signs and supports, a metal bar, a number of large knives, a number of stolen Queensland registration plates, two axes and a Makita brushless hammer drill reported stolen.
Inside the house, officers allegedly located a sawn-off .22 calibre rifle, ammunition, cannabis, drug paraphernalia, and property suspected of being stolen including welding equipment.
Two 30-year-old Cairns men, one 30-year-old Innisfail man and one 35-year-old Cairns man were transported to Mareeba Watchhouse and charged with a number of property offences.
They will be held in custody to appear at the Mareeba Magistrates Court on October 17.