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Two major caches with arms and ammunition have been found in Chechnya over the past weekend
As Itar-Tass learnt at the press service of the Main Department of the Russian Interior Ministry for the Southern Federal District, the cache found in the area of the village of Novy Benoi contained a “Shmel” flame thrower, four hand grenade launchers, 63 under-barrel grenade launcher projectiles, 10 mines of different modification, 44 hand grenades, an artillery shell, nine 200-gram TNT blocks, detonators, fuses and rounds. The arms and ammunition were destroyed. It was established that the cache belonged to local resident Yusup Taisumanov, 23, a participant in illegal armed groups. Another cache, belonging to gunman Ruslan Vakhyev, who was killed during a special operation seven days ago, was found in a garage in Grozny’s Leninsky district. The cache contained two sub-machine-guns, a TT pistol, a hand antitank grenade launcher, a “shakhid” belt, a lot of rounds, two 152-mm-calibre artillery shells and electric detonators. As representatives of the press service said, “they receive information on the whereabouts of caches both from local residents and gunmen who give themselves up.”
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