Last month, Grenada’s ongoing Firearms Amnesty yielded more ammunition than illegal firearms.

The amnesty, initiated on May 1 and set to continue until July 30, 2024, saw significant activity.

As per Grenada’s Office of the Prime Minister, numerous firearms and ammunition were surrendered throughout May.

On May 18, the Central Police Station received 50 rounds of .32 ammunition.

Additionally, on May 15, the Special Intelligence Unit reported the surrender of a Taurus PT-22 .22 caliber auto pistol along with four rounds of ammunition in St. Patrick.

Furthermore, two 12-gauge rounds were among the items turned in as part of the general collection efforts.

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