Israel police find weapons hidden near a kindergarten

A suspect was detained regarding the two revolvers, a "Carlo" submachine gun, stun grenades, a flash grenade and a large amount of ammunition.

Israeli police officer finds a weapon near a kindergarten in northern Israel (photo credit: ISRAEL POLICE)
Israeli police officer finds a weapon near a kindergarten in northern Israel
(photo credit: ISRAEL POLICE)
Police in northern Israel seized weapons hidden next to a kindergarten in the Arab village of I'billin, northeast of Haifa.
Multiple weapons were found hidden in an open area near a residence. The weapons included two revolvers, a "Carlo" submachine gun, stun grenades, a flash grenade and a large amount of ammunition for different types of weapons, according to Israeli Police.
A 34-year-old suspect from I'billin was detained and taken for questioning. Police say he will be brought to court on Tuesday for a hearing to extend his arrest.


Earlier on Monday, in another Arab town, Israeli police forces caught two people in the yard of a residence, near a kindergarten, with a mortar shell and ammunition.
The two suspects were arrested and taken in for questioning.