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Sri Lankan Police Arrest Three In Raid, Seize Grenades & Swords

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Sri Lankan Police Arrest Three In Raid, Seize Grenades & Swords

Sri Lankan Police Arrest Three In Raid, Seize Grenades & Swords

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, a police spokesman said that Sri Lankan police arrested three people, and seized 21 locally made grenades and six swords, during a raid in Colombo.

The spokesman reportedly gave no further details and did not suggest that the raid was linked to the rash of suicide bomber attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday that claimed the lives of 359 people and wounded about 500 others.

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