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Ukraine's State Security Service reveals weapons, ammunition stashed in Luhansk region

A member of Russian illegal armed formation hid the weaponry in 2014; he is currently on the wanted list
10:58, 21 August 2019

Guns and ammunition stashed in Luhansk region, August 2019
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The workers of Ukraine's State Security Service (the SBU) found a solid stash of guns and ammunition hidden by a pro-Russian occupant in Luhansk region. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported this on Wednesday.

The weaponry was found in a stash located in the woods near Nyzhnioteple, the settlement in Stanychno-Luhansky district. The stash contained three rocket-propelled grenade launchers, a MON-50 anti-personnel mine, two 120 mm mines, three RPG-22 anti-tank grenades, 19 cases of RGD, RG-42 and F-1 hand grenades, three fuses for hand grenades, 3240 rounds of 5.45 mm and almost 700 rounds of 7.62 mm in caliber.

Related: Police discover weaponry stash in Donetsk region

According to the law enforcers, the militant hid the weaponry in 2014; he is currently on the wanted list as the member of an illegal armed formation. The culprit is now on the occupied territory of the Donbas combat area.

Related: Police seize arms stash near artillery depots in Zaporizhia region

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