Police in Gauteng recuperated 78 unlicensed guns of different types and 102 rounds of ammo between September 26 and Saturday.
The guns were recuperated because of pause and search, wrongdoing fighting and suspect following activities and furthermore police circling back to clues from the local area.
Police representative Lt-Col Mavela Masondo said in an assertion four of the unlicensed guns were recuperated and four speculates captured after police thwarted an equipped theft in Cosmo City on Thursday.
"Police got data about speculates that were wanting to loot a corporate retailer in Cosmo City."
He said police from the Honeydew Reaction group recognized a vehicle coordinating with the portrayal given.
"They jumped on the vehicle and discovered two suspects with two guns. Police continued to a protected house and two additional suspects were captured after they were found with two unlicensed guns."
Masondo said police recuperated three guns on Friday as they were seeking after a suspect accepted to be behind the new killing of individuals in Bekkersdal.
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