Ammunition truck case postponed

THE case against a man found with a truck containing 210000 rounds of ammunition was yesterday postponed for further investigation.

THE case against a man found with a truck containing 210000 rounds of ammunition was yesterday postponed for further investigation.

Magistrate Vanitha Armu of the Durban magistrate's court postponed the case to next Monday because some statements were still outstanding.

On October 23 Mohammed Kollia, 38, was arrested for allegedly being in possession of boxes containing 210000 rounds of ammunition in Durban's Springfield Park.

Police found the truck following a tip-off. Bicycles were put on top of the boxes.

Kollia, who is out on bail, appeared in court wearing a tie and a blazer with the words: "KwaZulu-Natal Practical Shooting".

Four men were initially arrested over the incident, but one of them was later released. - Sapa

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