A cache of firearms and ammunition has this morning been recovered by police officers based in Garbatulla, Isiolo county.
Three AK-47 assault rifles, one Mark4 rifle, 203 rounds of 7.62X39mm special callibre and nine AK-47 magazines were recovered in the 5am raid.
The shocking recovery of the deadly arsenal came after police officers acting on a tip-off, raided a house in the outskirts of Kinna town, at the the crack of dawn. Also recovered were six stones of cannabis sativa and two numberless motorcycles, suspected to be getaway means used by the suspects.
Two suspects Abdi Guyo, 35, and Amina Mohamed, 30, were also arrested in the early morning raid. Detectives based in Garbatulla are currently interrogating the suspects
These are too much cache to be in the wrong hands. The risk it poses to residents is so high. Big up to the DCI for their starling job.
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