46-year-old man has been arrested after police discovered a suspected prison manufacturing facility liable for changing a “important variety of firearms and ammunition into deadly weapons” in Sussex
Ahead venting Zoraki hand weapons, modified ammunition and firearms conversion paraphernalia have been recovered when Nationwide Crime Company (NCA) officers attended the property on Moor Lane in Westfield on Wednesday.
The person was arrested on suspicion of firearms offences and has since been launched below investigation whereas inquiries proceed.
Mark McCormack, department commander on the NCA mentioned: “It is a important final result.
“I’ve little question that this was a firearms conversion manufacturing facility, which may have been liable for the modification of a major variety of firearms and ammunition into deadly weapons.
“We all know there’s a excessive demand for firearms within the prison market place and firearms allow severe violence throughout many crime areas.”
Anybody who has any details about illegally held firearms or ammunition ought to contact their native police on 101, the NCA mentioned.