Handguns and ammunition used in riots confiscated in Bilin, Mon state

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Two rioters are arrested and handguns and ammunition seized.

According to a Myanmar Police Force statement, handguns and ammunition to be used in the riots were confiscated along with the suspects yesterday morning in Bilin Township, Mon State.
Upon the information received of Naing Win (a) Kala, 28, son of U Pyi Thein, carrying handguns, the security forces raided the house of 26-year-old Aung Ko Ko Myint, son of U Thein Han, a resident of Thida Auk Street, Kanthayar ward in Bilin Township and one handgun that was 4 feet 5 inches long; a wooden bar about 2 feet 6 inches long; one steel spring, about 3.5 inches long; one piece of plastic pipe used to make an 8-inch pistol were confiscated.
The police forces continued searching the house of Tun Zaw Oo, 28, son of U Tin Oo, on the street and confiscated one handgun and 64 handmade ball ammo.
Naing Win (a) Kala and Tun Zaw Oo, who were armed with handguns, have been arrested and are being investigated for legal action and plans are underway to arrest Aung Ko Ko Myint, who is on the run. — MNA

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