UnNews:London Police seize massive gun cache
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London Police seize massive gun cache
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Wednesday, February 10, 2016, 02:05:UTC)(
14 September 2006
In raids that were part of Operation Poke-mon, London police seized a massive weapons haul from a suburban house in Upper-lower Firth. The police arrested a 55-year-old man after two houses and a business were raided in the south east side of London. The old guy went kicking and screaming, "no, no, its gum, its gum!!"
The firearms include hundreds of shotguns, semiautomatic and automatic weapons, and water tanks with sharks with lasers. The list of weapons was too much to count on short notice.
Trident officers and Polsa search teams carried out three search operations early morning though majority of weapon was found in a three bed room house. One officer had their hand lasered off and another was shark bit on the ass.
"This is the biggest firearms haul we have ever had," Det. Chief Superintendent Kevin Davis said. "Guns are mounted on every available wall space in the property and live ammunition was found lying on the floor." Live ammo experts where brought in to safely trap them.
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