Customs officers find ammunition, gunpowder in Turkish car

Serbian Customs officers have, in cooperation with the police, seized ammunition, drugs and cash on two border crossings.

Source: Beta
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The Customs Administration said that a car Turkish number plates car was stopped at the Horgos crossing with Hungary, in the north, in the early hours of June 4 when "a smallish arsenal of ammunition, gunpowder, and various devices" was discovered.

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There was a total of 4,000 bullet casings of various caliber, 1,000 Magnum shell primers, and 7.5 kilograms of various types of gunpowder.

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The officers also found Chargemaster Combo scales, a Rock Chucker Supreme device for loading gunpowder, a Case Lube Kit-2 used for weapon cleaning, and two Burris Eliminator III 4-16x50h96 optical instruments.

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A day earlier at the Gradina border crossing with Bulgaria, in the east, Customs officers discovered 27,000 euros in cash and a small amount of narcotics in the possession of passengers traveling from Germany to Turkey.

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The Customs Administration added that "a box of cigarettes with three joints containing 2.7 grams of hashish" was also discovered, while there were four packets of hashish, weighing a total of 9.9 grams, "in the jacket pocket of one passenger."

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