Man nabbed for unlicensed guns

2015-07-19 20:13

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Johannesburg - KwaZulu-Natal police on Sunday arrested a man allegedly found in possession of two unlicensed firearms and 32 bullets in Kwamsane, near Mtubatuba. 

Police were trying to determine if the 37-year-old could be linked to killings in Johannesburg, as well as other crimes around the country, Major Thulani Zwane said in a statement.

The confiscated 9mm pistol and .38 revolver were sent for ballistic tests. The car he was in, was suspected to have been stolen.

He was expected to appear in the Mtubatuba Magistrate’s Court on Monday on charges of possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition, and possession of stolen property.

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