Police have captured the armed bandit accused of holding up a gun shop in Busselton. River Isaac Moore allegedly stormed the South West Firearms and Gunsmithing shop on Fairlawn Road about 8.50am on Thursday. The 24-year-old allegedly stole a long-arm rifle and ammunition before leaving the store in a silver car, believed to be a Holden Commodore wagon or similar. After a near two-day hunt, the rapid apprehension squad on Saturday said it had arrested Mr Moore, of Cowaramup.. He was found at his home on Friday night. He was charged with a string of offences including armed robbery, two counts of unlicensed possession of a firearm and ammunition and possessing a prohibited weapon — an illegal Colt Airsoft replica gun. Mr Moore appeared in Perth Magistrates Court on Saturday, where he was given bail but was detained at Busselton Hospital under WA’s Mental Health Act. He is likely to be transferred to Bunbury Health Campus or Graylands Hospital and will have to adhere to strict bail conditions on his release. They include reporting to Busselton Police Station on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, residing at an address in Cowaramup and to not go within 50m of the gun shop he allegedly robbed. Magistrate Michelle Pontifex said that Mr Moore had to “obey all directions of the treating mental health professionals and psychologists”. He is due to appear in Busselton Magistrates Court on Tuesday.