132 illegal firearms recovered in KZN
KZN Police conducted operations aimed at limiting the number of illegal firearms found in the hands of criminals.
Speaking to Aubrey Masango, KwaZulu Natal Police Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane said they are making good progress in terms of recovering illegal firearms in the province.
We managed to recover a total of about 132 firearms that are illegal and are circulating in the province. And more of these firearms were recovered in Durban and surrounding areas. A total of 149 suspects were arrested and linked to these illegal firearms.Lutenent Colonel Thulani Zwane, KZN Police
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