No arrests made, but State Police and Army seize 10 vehicles, grenade launchers and other weapons in Guerrero

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No arrests made, but State Police and Army seize 10 vehicles, grenade launchers and other weapons in Guerrero

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Chilpancingo, Gro. July 2, 2017. The Security Spokesman, Roberto Álvarez Heredia, reported that elements of the State Police and Mexican Army personnel secured 10 vehicles, one of them armored, 1,258 useful cartridges and 13 guns of different calibers, two grenade launchers, two grenades, one Ak-47 rifle and one R15, in a road between the towns of Iyotla and El Balzamar, municipality of Leonardo Bravo that were placed at the disposal of the Attorney General's Office.

The spokesman of the Guerrero Coordination Group pointed out that as part of the ongoing fight against drug trafficking and the application of the Federal Firearms Act, military personnel and state police officers were flying over the mountains of the municipality of Leonardo Bravo to locate And to destroy illicit plantations.

Flying over a Bell aircraft from the Mexican Armed Forces on a dirt road in the area of ​​the village of El Balzamar detected 10 vehicles of different characteristics that when noticed the presence of the authorities descended a group of approximately 24 individuals that apparently Carried high-powered weapons and ran in different directions to avoid being detained.

The aircraft landed to reconnoiter the area with a squadron of Infantry elements. To the place arrived 15 minutes later a Reaction Force with 18 elements of troops and five state policemen who made the assurance of what was found in the site. It should be noted that in the action no arrests were made.

In the vehicles were found t-shirts and caps with the legend of "Citizen Police" and "UPOEG".

The vehicles, high-powered weapons, useful cartridges, chargers, grenades and grenade launchers, t-shirts and caps were put at the disposal of the Attorney General's Office for their investigation and delineation of the responsibilities that exist against the suspects involved.
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