Bianca Pindral
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18 May 2017
11:21 am

Police discover ammunition in dwelling

Bianca Pindral

The flats are well known for its criminal activities.

The ammunition police discovered in Sivewright Street on Wednesday. Photo: Submitted

Police discovered numerous rounds of ammunition in an abandoned block of flats in Krugersdorp, on the West Rand, on Wednesday, May 16, Krugersdorp News reports.

At about 3pm that day, police were conducting routine patrols as part of their vigilant and observant policing in and around Sivewright Street, in Luipaardsvlei, a street notorious for its drug-related activities.

They entered a block of flats named Corihester, which is known for its criminal activities. As the officers were searching, they discovered a bag that contained a number of rounds of ammunition.

READ MORE: Man arrested for possession of live ammunition

The ammunition police discovered in Sivewright Street on Wednesday. Photo: Submitted

The ammunition police discovered in Sivewright Street on Wednesday.
Photo: Submitted

No arrests have been made as none of the people in the vicinity wanted to be associated with the ammunition.

Major-General Anna Mateisi, cluster commander for the West Rand, applauded the members involved for ensuring that Krugersdorp’s streets are well policed.

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http://citizen.co.za/news/1428021/man-arrested-possession-live-ammunition/

Caxton News Service

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