Arms, ammunition, marijuana and police operational clothing have been seized during a police exercise in Diego Martin. According to police reports, on Wednesday, officers of the Western Division Task Force and Canine Unit searched an abandoned house at Riverside Drive, La Puerta where they discovered a Glock 19 pistol, 30 rounds of ammunition and over half a kilogramme of marijuana. A 29-year old man was subsequently detained for the find. The officers then proceeded to another house in the area where a 41-year-old man was arrested for being in possession of a Glock 17 and 16 rounds of ammunition. Further information led officers to search an abandoned building where they discovered two rifles, a semi-automatic shotgun with 13 cartridges, a cylindrical magazine, a bulletproof vest, and items of clothing resembling that of the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment and the Police Service. The exercise was coordinated by Snr Supt Neville Sankar and spearheaded by acting ASP Dhanrajh Ramesar and acting Insp Godfrey Vincent.