Friday, April 19, 2024

Police seize firearms, ammunition


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Police have made some significant headway in the smuggling of illegal weapons into Barbados.
Public relations officer Inspector David Welch, in a press release this morning, said members of the Drug Squad executed a search warrant at a Christ Church residence yesterday and seized 18 different types of firearms of various calibers. 
Three men are now in custody assisting with investigations into this discovery.
Police also seized a quantity of ammunition of various calibers.
“The firearms had been disassembled to accommodate the method used for the smuggling operation” stated the release. (CM/PR)


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