Drugs and ammo found in Santa Cruz

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Drugs and ammunition seized in Santa Cruz.

Drugs and ammunition seized in Santa Cruz.

A quantity of ammunition and marijuana were found at the home of a 33-year-old Santa Cruz man.

Police found and seized ten rounds of 9mm ammunition, one round of .40mm ammunition, and 163 grammes of marijuana.

The suspect, who is from La Canoa Road, is expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate tomorrow.

The operation was spearheaded by Snr Supt Maharaj, ASP Pariman, coordinated by Inspector Bharath and supervised by Cpl Gordon, and others.

PC Narine is continuing inquiries.

Photos via the TTPS.

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