As the Sierra Leone Police continue with their investigation into the alleged cocaine scam at our national airport, some ammunition have been discovered in a house situated at Sheriff Street in Port Loko.
According to the Officer in Charge of the OSD, Inspector Foday Dumbuya, two vehicles were also discovered in the same compound, and that one of the vehicles had two separate registration numbers.
The house at Sheriff Street in Port Loko is said to have been occupied by the seven people that were arrested in connection with the alleged cocaine scam at the Lungi International Airport.
Pa Alimamy Conteh, caretaker for the house in question reportedly told Police that, the house was let out to some white people since April.
In a related development, another Columbian has been arrested by civilians along the Port Loko/Rogbereh junction Highway.
He has already been handed over to personnel of the Sierra Leone police at the Rogbereh Junction Police Station. Operations Officer at the Rogbereh Police Station, ASP Lakoh, said the Columbian surfaced at the village in the company of another villager and that, he was subsequently introduced to the headman of the village by the villager as a friend and he was taking the Colombian to Makeni for medical treatment .
However, the village headman decided to alert the police officers at Rogbereh Junction that, they had seen a white man in the village.
The Local Unit Commander of the Rogbereh Police Station, Mustapha Kamara confirmed to Awoko that, the white man was a prime suspect that the police had been looking for in connection with the alleged cocaine scam.
Also, a Guinea Bissau national, perceived to be in the same company with the Columbian was intercepted at Rogbereh Junction in a Jeep with registration number RC 5948.
As at press time, a total of nine people have so far been arrested along the Port Loko axis in connection with the alleged cocaine scam.
This number includes, four Columbian, 2 Americans, 1 Venezuelan and one from Guinea Bissau.