NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police in Abaco found two shotguns and more than 100 rounds of ammunition in two separate incidents yesterday.
A man was also arrested for possession of suspected marijuana after officers conducted a road check on Earnest Dean Highway sometime around 9pm.
A bag with 172 rounds of ammunition was found in the Mudd, Marsh Harbour after police searched a wooden structure in the shanty town shortly after 9pm.
A team of officers searched an abandon building on Don McKay Boulevard, Marsh Harbour and recovered two 12-gauge shotguns sometime around 9.30pm.
ACP Ismella Davis-Delancy led operations in Abaco, according to a statement yesterday.
Meanwhile in the capital, police are investigating a shooting in Coconut Grove.
A group of men were standing at Third Street when a white van pulled up shortly after 7pm yesterday.
“A male armed with a firearm came from the rear seat and opened fire in the
direction of the men, injuring one of them,” read a police report.
“The gunman got back into the vehicle, which sped away. The injured man was transported to hospital and is listed in stable condition.”
Police arrested two men after a load pistol was recovered while on patrol in Lewis Street.
The men were in a Nissan Note, and police recovered a .380 pistol, which contained five rounds of ammunition, after a search of the car.