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Police Seize Firearm And Ammunition, Arrest Two In Central Division Operation

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On Thursday, November 2, 2023, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force conducted a highly successful joint operation in multiple communities within the Central Division.

This operation, aimed at maintaining public safety, saw the execution of five (5) Search Warrants and resulted in the apprehension of two (2) individuals.

A search of a private residence in Millet, Anse La Raye, led to a significant discovery and the subsequent seizure of seventeen (17) rounds of .22 calibre ammunition, one (1) round of .40 calibre ammunition, and one (1) round of 12-gauge ammunition.

Meanwhile, a search of an abandoned structure in Bocage, Castries, yielded the discovery and seizure of a Glock handgun and its accompanying magazine.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is diligently pursuing investigations into these matters.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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2 COMMENTS

  1. And while the police at it they should go and hunt down these good4nothing guys showing off on video on various platform’s on social media showing off their illegal weapons
    Now this isn’t no big country with millions of people its a country of less than a quarter million residents so there actually not place to hide while they can still run but not very far at some point will get caught
    and just to be clear I don’t live in st lucia I live in the usa and I have plenty of these thugs on videos sent to my whatsapp so if the police is interested I can forward plenty of these video to them but again I just found out that those videos that I got came from a ex policeman / ssu now turn taxi driver sent it to one of my friends in one of the dutch Antilles islands then sent to me so its obvious the police already got those videos

  2. RF and the police know the criminals but some pay the price while some are immune to arrest because they do certain duties for certain people. The ones that are being caught are the lousy numskulls.. lmfao

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