Guns are seized in Malmö - every day

 
Guns are seized in Malmö - every day
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Police in Malmö decided to show some of the weapons they have seized.

The guns at a table in the police seizures storage shows how large the supply of weapons is in Malmö. Every year police find about 600 firearms. The average is one or two every day of the year in the multicultural southern Swedish city.

Automatic weapons in storage cellars, pistols in trousers or in cars. Buried bags filled with weapons.

Police believe that the number of weapons that are found are only limited by how much the police are looking.

- The purpose (of showing the weapons) is to shape an opinion about the illegal arms imports, mainly from the Balkans and the Czech Republic.

- It is a big problem, says Stefan Sintéus, director of the Malmö police, to Sydsvenskan.

Malmö and Skåne has become something of a gun supply for other parts of Sweden.

- Because of Malmö's geographical position smuggling happens here, and we believe they have a weapons depot in Malmö.

- If the criminals in Malmö and Skåne loses their weapon, they quickly get a replacement.

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