Police seize sub-machine gun and ballistic vest in Clarendon

CLARENDON, Jamaica— A Kel-Tec sub-machine gun with a magazine containing 14 rounds of ammunition was seized in a joint operation carried out by the Clarendon Police and members of the military on Wednesday, June 29.

Reports from the May Pen Police are that about 6:00 am the team conducted the operation on Love Lane in Banks District, in the parish. During the search of a property, the weapon was found in a knapsack that was stashed in a bucket at the back of the yard.

Another black knapsack was found containing a ballistic vest.

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