St. Kitts Customs Discovers 500 Rounds Of Ammunition At Port


CaribWorldNews, BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, Tues. May 18, 2010: Customs and Excise in St. Kitts and Nevis has seized over 500 rounds of ammunition.

A short statement from the Comptroller of Customs said the discovery was made by the Customs K9 Unit during a routine patrol at the Deep Water Port at Bird Rock.

`The ammunition was catalogued and turned over to Royal St Christopher and Nevis Police Force Drug Squad Unit in its entirety,` said the statement, which added that no arrests have been made but investigations are ongoing.


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