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SET & Mobile Officers Seize Four Illegal Guns Off The Streets
Posted on March 5, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office
 

 



Consistent with the Commissioner's Policing Plan for 2017, Police continue to ramp up efforts across the island to remove illegal guns off the streets of New Providence, with the seizure of four illegal handguns over the past four days.

In the first incident, which occurred shortly before 3:00pm on Wednesday 1st March 2017, officers assigned to the Selective Enforcement Team carried out an operation in Union Village and a .40 handgun with 13 live rounds of ammunition was found hidden in an abandoned building. No one was arrested in relation to the seizure.

In the second incident, that occurred shortly after 10:00pm on Thursday 2nd March 2017, officers assigned to the Selective Enforcement Team on operation carried out an operation at Royal Palm Street and a .9 millimeter Luger pistol was found hidden in an abandoned building. No one was arrested in relation to the seizure.

In the third incident, shortly before 4:00pm on Friday 3rd March 2017, Mobile Division officers were on routine patrol on Market Street, when the observed a Honda Accord vehicle being driven in a dangerous manner by a male. The officers pursued the vehicle, which came to a stop near Baker Street. The male driver exited the vehicle and fled on foot. The officers were unable to catch him. A search was conducted of the vehicle and a .40 Glock Pistol with a magazine containing 12 rounds of ammunition was found inside.

In the final incident, shortly after 12:00midnight on Saturday 4th March 2017, officers attached to the Selective Enforcement Team were on routine patrol on Cumberbatch Alley, when they observed a man standing near an abandoned building. When they approached, the man dropped an object and ran. The object was retrieved and found to be a .40 pistol with a magazine containing 16 rounds of ammunition.


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