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Friday, March 16, 2007

Guyana: Joint Services Raid Nabs AK-47

I'm one of the people who are still saying that they can't believe that those guns went missing in the first place. Someone pinch me.....................please.

One gun of questionable origin was uncovered.....whoop-tie-doo.

Hardbeatnews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Fri. Mar. 16, 2007: Five persons were yesterday arrested after members of the Guyana Joint Services, acting on a tip off, raided a Georgetown home and discovered an AK-47 rifle.

The sawn off weapon was reportedly discovered at the top section of a two-storey building at Lot 190 B Church Street, North Cummingsburg in the capital.

Officials could not immediately confirm if the weapon was one of some 30, stolen from a storage bond at the Guyana Defence Force Camp Ayanganna headquarters last February.

Guyana officials last year had claimed suspected drug lord, Roger Khan, now in a US jail, was behind the robbery of the weapons. Former Police Commissioner Winston Felix had said late last year that the inability of the local security forces to speak with the detained Guyanese businessman was a setback in the weapons search. –

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