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Canada Grenade, 250 guns seized from Kitchener home on Halloween: police

19:30  04 november  2019
19:30  04 november  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Waterloo Regional Police say officers seized 250 guns, 200,000 rounds of ammunition and a grenade from a home in Kitchener on Halloween.

According to police, the weapons were seized at a home on Strathcona Crescent.

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One man was arrested and charged with unsafe storage in connection with the seizure, police say.

A police spokesperson says officers believe the man was a gun enthusiast or collector.

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Police are still investigating the incident and say that further arrests and charges could be announced.

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