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Police Seize Pistol, Extended Magazine

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On Wednesday, March 27, 2024, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) conducted another successful joint operation, aimed at mitigating firearm related crimes.

In the course of this operation, Police Officers executed six (6) search warrants and confiscated an additional illicit firearm from public circulation.

However, no suspect has been apprehended in relation to this seizure. The recovered weapon was a Glock pistol equipped with an extended magazine and an automatic sear.

An auto sear is a device that enhances the lethality of a Glock pistol, and investigations into this recovery are currently underway.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) remains steadfast in its commitment to exert pressure on those who engage in criminal activities.

The amplification of our operations island wide serves as evidence that the RSLPF is visible, and working assiduously, to ensure that the impact of law enforcement is felt, by those who infringe on the rights of others or benefit from criminal enterprise.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. I’m glad y’all did this recovery. My only problem is that y’all know all the Hot-spots but yet still playing it calm

  2. In your 238 square miles some Lucians continue to be destructive to self, others and country. The sad thing is there are lots of sweeteyez and malveetayes who are plain evil encouraging their own family members to do evil and also partaking of the ill gotten gains. Rest assured KARMA will be 100 percent your portion for sure…I have seen the result of KARMA it is not pretty…

    Some refuse to work even if the job was next door to their home…..illegal activity is what they choose to do and then they want to blame the government for their wicked hearts.
    I am neither SLP nor UWP I don’t know any politicians but I have seen wicked Lucians in action…

  3. Its about time for the government of st lucia to change laws or ammend those alread on the books to deal with this illegal weapon problems
    anyone caught with an illegal gun with extended clips or those assult rifles or machine or military style weapons should be label a terorrist and be granted no bail in that process and sent before a judge is found guilty should served no less than 25yrs in prison followed by 10 year probation after released there is no reason to release such a dangerous individual back unto the street after been caught with such a weapon
    anything short of what I just stated is what the older people use to call pissing in the wind or spinning top in mud

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