Five guns, ammo seized
A SEVEN hour police operation in north Trinidad today led to the seizure of five firearms, over 100 rounds of ammunition, and camouflage clothing.
In a police statement, it was disclosed that the firearms and ammunition were seized in a camp in Maraval, but no one was arrested.
According to the release, police officers of the Western Division of the TTPS conducted a search of a camp at Ghania Trace, Cameron Road and seized a green knapsack containing - a leg holster, a pen gun, a black colt 45 pistol, a black Baretta pistol, a black Glock pistol 17, a camouflage Glock 26 pistol, and 11 assorted magazines.
The release further stated that 125 rounds of assorted ammunition were found. The ammunition comprised of seven rounds of 5.56 ammo, 29 rounds of nine mililetre ammunition, 11 rounds .45 ammunition, four rounds .380 ammunition, 25 rounds .40 ammunition, 49 rounds of .22 ammunition, and also a camouflage camelbak with markings, a camouflage pants and one camouflage jacket.
The exercise included officers of the Western Division Task Force, including Sgt Perry, Ag Cpl Campbell, Ag Cpl Balliram, PC Khan, and PC Williams. Also officers of the Western Division CID PCs York and Jones and canine officers PC Mohammed and Rodney, with dogs Arras and Tango.