Computer Firm employee arrested for hiding handgun in locker

Computer company employee arrested for hiding handgun in locker

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Computer firm employee arrested for hiding handgun in locker


A 28-year-old employee of a computer firm has been arrested last night, after the police found a firearm in the man's locker. The police had earlier raided his home hoping to find the handgun, but they instead found a BB gun £4,000 in cash.

The suspect was at work when the police found him, and they swooped the Firm's HQ after arresting him. They found the pistol and a bag of bullets. The police stated that the gun had nothing to do with the firm, but just with this individual.

Why the man had a gun hidden at work is unknown, and the computer firm has declined to comment on the event. The employee is currently in custody.

Detective Inspector Cristopher stated:

"It is excellent that we have recovered this weapon and the bullets. Bullets are hard things to find and they are also hard for people to make. One bullet can kill someone. It is nice that we have taken several off the street. They now can't be used for anything or by anybody."

A police spokesman also stated that the police doesn't believe there is a wider risk to the public. If there are any updates on this shocking affair we will let you know.


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04-06-2015, 14:28:58

The part about "swooping" in at the Firms HQ kinda reminded of the event with Pirates Bay and the Police swarming in. Is this becoming a trend?Quote

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