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Police Recover 90 Rounds of Live Ammunition Abandoned in Jinja city

Police recovered the bullets on Sunday morning after receiving a tip-off from Kakaire’s house help who saw an army green arm chest jacket beside their house. The househelp immediately alerted officers at Wanyange police post.
Some of the exhibits recovered from the scene
Police have recovered three magazines containing 90 rounds of live ammunition abandoned at the home of Muhammed Kakaire, a resident of Wanyange lake cell in Jinja City Northern division. 

Police recovered the bullets on Sunday morning after receiving a tip-off from Kakaire’s house help who saw an army green arm chest jacket beside their house. The househelp immediately alerted officers at Wanyange police post. Detectives deployed police canines to trace the person who abandoned the ammunition in vain. 

The househelp, whose identity has been withheld told our reporter that Kakaire is not always around and they do not have any armed guards within their premises. 

“We don’t have any armed guards around our premises and as the overall overseer of this house on behalf of my boss, I had to alert the police after sighting such suspicious equipment outside the house,” he said.

Te Kiira region police spokesperson, James Mubi says that a team of detectives is liaising with their counterparts from sister security organizations to establish the source of the live ammunition. Mubi says that efforts of tracking down suspects within the neighboring districts are underway. 

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