POLICE have expressed concern over the increasing cases of crimes involving firearms in the country. In an interview, Friday, Police Spokesperson Rae Hamoonga said the police were on the ground investigating crime incidences that occurred. He also urged members of the public who may know anyone who was still owning a firearm illegally to report to the nearest police station since the amnesty period on firearms was now over. “Now that firearm amnesty is over, we are appealing to members of the community who may know anyone who is still…...

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