Cache of explosives, ivory and ammunition found in Durbanville

WESTERN CAPE - Members of the Bomb Disposal Unit were called to a scene in Durbanville last night (Saturday, 25 May 2019) where explosives, ammunition and ivory were found.

At about 14:00, members of Cape Town K9 unit responded to a request for assistance in Francis Albert Street, Durbanville. According to the members, the son of a man who died in the month of April this year, asked them to accompany him to his father's house. There the members opened a firearm safe in the garage and found licenced firearms (two hunting rifles, one shotgun and one revolver).

The members also found ammunition, two elephant tusks and a stack of explosives. The deceased previously worked for Denel and Sita. The circumstances of the discovery are now under investigation.

Source: South African Police Service

Cache of explosives, ivory and ammunition found in Durbanville

WESTERN CAPE - Members of the Bomb Disposal Unit were called to a scene in Durbanville last night (Saturday, 25 May 2019) where explosives, ammunition and ivory were found.

At about 14:00, members of Cape Town K9 unit responded to a request for assistance in Francis Albert Street, Durbanville. According to the members, the son of a man who died in the month of April this year, asked them to accompany him to his father's house. There the members opened a firearm safe in the garage and found licenced firearms (two hunting rifles, one shotgun and one revolver).

The members also found ammunition, two elephant tusks and a stack of explosives. The deceased previously worked for Denel and Sita. The circumstances of the discovery are now under investigation.

Source: South African Police Service

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