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Single-barrel & Double-Barrel shotguns seized from Wattala house

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka Police arrested a 59-year-old man from Wattala on Saturday (18) for the possession of five weapons.A statement from the Police Media Division said that the Wattala Police was tipped that a person was concealing a weapon manufactured overseas in his residence.Following a raid, police officers recovered two double-barreled shotguns, onw single-barreled shotgun, and two 0.22 firearms.The suspect will be produced to the Welisara Magistrate on Sunday (19)..

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