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policeOn Friday we told you about the firearms and drugs that Corozal Police managed to remove off the streets of that municipality as a result of the departments sustained investigation techniques and consistent work with the community. And over the weekend officers did it again as they managed to confiscate two more firearms. The first discovery was made on a bushy lot located off Rose Street in the area of Altamira where cops discovered a black in color Samsonite school bag which contained clothing, a pair of slippers, a pair of brown booths and a home-made 16 gauge shotgun. No-one was in the immediate area and the items were marked and deposited as found property. The second firearm was discovered in the Chula Vista Area of Corozal Town. Acting upon information received, police visited an open lot in the area where they found a blue canvas bag containing one Stevens brand 12 gauge sawed off shotgun serial number AU629146, which was buried about four inches underground. Police’s database revealed that the said shotgun was reported stolen by Eloy Briceno, 44 year old Belizean Farmer of Paraiso Village, Corozal District, on the 10th of April 2014. Shotgun was marked and deposited as found property.

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