Weapons storage found at Swedish asylum centre

 
Weapons storage found at Swedish asylum centre
At an asylum centre in Krokom in Jämtland, last week there was found a weapons storage, inside the property's boiler room.

According to reliable sources that Avpixlat has been in contact with, both the police and the Security Services were contacted and seized the weapons, but said nothing to the media, or the residents for that matter.

It was when staff from a local energy company tried to enter the room to read the meters of the boiler, that the weapons were discovered. They could not get in because the door was locked, but after having arranged to get a master key, the staff could get into the boiler room, and then got to see what had been hidden in there, most likely by asylum seekers.

It is not a question of a single shot hunting rifle, but several heavy firearms, according to sources. They then called the local police who in turn contacted the security police.

At the County Police Department in Östersund, they had "no comments" to the arms storage when Avpixlat called, and could not refer to anyone.

The story has been completely blocked out by the Swedish mainstream media, but Avpixlat promises to follow-up.

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