Police have discovered a revolver hidden under a brick at a house located in Pleasantville.
The discovery was made by officers of the Traffic and Highway Patrol Branch (THPB).
Acting on information, officers of the THPB South proceeded to an abandoned building at Pleasantville Circular, Pleasantville, around 1:15 pm on Sunday.
The officers conducted a search and discovered a silver and brown revolver, hidden under a brick in the front yard.
No arrest was made in connection with the find.
One man was arrested and a revolver seized, by officers of the Northern Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise, in the San Juan district, yesterday.
The exercise, coordinated by ACP (Ag.), McDonald Jacob, spearheaded by Snr. Supt. (Ag.), Michael Daniel, and including officers of the St. Joseph CID, was conducted between 2:30 pm and 6 pm, on Wednesday 4th April, 2018.
Based on information, the officers proceeded to Royal Road, St. Joseph, where they had cause to stop and search a three-tonne truck, being driven by a 24-year-old San Juan man.
Three men were held and a revolver and ammunition seized by officers of the Northern Division, during a stolen vehicle recovery exercise in the Sangre Grande district, yesterday.
Officers conducted the exercise between 11:30 am and 6 pm on Monday, during which they had cause to stop and search a silver Nissan Note motor vehicle with three male occupants, proceeding west along the Eastern Main Road in the vicinity of Boys Town, Sangre Grande.
A revolver and a quantity of ammunition were discovered by officers of the Inter-Agency Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise, in the Laventille district on Friday, police said in a statement.
Officers conducted the exercise between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm, on Friday, during which they received information of a person armed with a gun being observed in a track in the vicinity of Pump Trace, Laventille.
Upon arriving at the location, officers observed a man fitting the description of the individual in the report.
Police seized a revolver and ammunition during an anti-crime exercise in Claxton Bay.
The following is a press release from the TTPS:
A Taurus revolver and a quantity of ammunition were discovered by officers of the Couva Police Station, during an anti-crime exercise, in the Claxton Bay district, Friday night.
A snub nose revolver was discovered by officers of the Tobago Division Task Force, in a forested area, at Mt. St. George, Tobago over the weekend.
A statement by the Police Service says that officers, acting on information, went to Castara Road, around 7:45 am on Saturday 6th May, 2017, where they found a black plastic bag containing the revolver loaded with two rounds of .38mm ammunition.
No one was arrested in connection with the find.