Police sources have confided in this paper a discovery of 32 pieces of grenades by farmers at the Logatuo Border in Nimba County. At least no casualties were reported so far. The latest discovery sends a signal of threats to other farmers in the country who may be risking the lives in bushes for survival without security cautions.
Residents reported made the discovery while on their farm closed to the Logatuo border, but no suspect has been linked.
Speaking on condition of anonymity in Monrovia Tuesday, our source disclosed that the 32 grenades were turned over to the Liberia National Police (LNP) upon discovery, and were subsequently turned over to the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) by police.
Police in Grand Cape Mount County have also arrested a man identified as Wilson Clark for allegedly possessing twelve parks of single barrel rounds. Suspect Clark was reportedly arrested at Gbarflogbeh check point in Grand cape Mount County while traveling from Monrovia.
However, it has not been established whether or not the suspect has been brought to Monrovia for further probe.