A loaded .38 revolver along with an assortment of army clothing were seized this weekend during police exercises by the Western Division Task Force.
According to reports on looptt.com, the exercise took place on Saturday between 5:00 pm and 11:00 pm.
Officers from the Task Force were supported by officers from the Western Division CID and the officials made their way to a home in La Puerta Avenue where they searched a home.
At this location, the law officials allegedly found and seized three camouflage pants, three camouflage jackets, two camouflage hats and one Trinidad and Tobago Regiment tote bag.
However, no one was arrested for this find as there were no persons sufficiently near to the scene of the incident.
Acting on further information received, the officers then made their way to an abandoned lot located at Broome Street Extension, Diego Martin.
At this location, officials allegedly found and seized a .38 revolver containing two rounds of ammunition.
However, once again no one was arrested.
Inquiries into both incidents are continuing