Source Pravda.Ru

Terrorists' cache found in Chechnya

An arms and ammunition cache, which also contained terrorist equipment, was found in Grozny, the capital of Chechnya. According to police, it was installed in a room of an abandoned detached house and camouflaged with construction debris.

The cache contained a machine gun, a sniper rifle, and an antitank rocket-launcher along with two artillery shells and seven home-made explosive devices. Apart from that, terrorists hid 20 electric fuses for home-made mines, a radio, two night vision devices, and 10 sets of combat fatigues. The terrorists' "warehouse" also contained 13 masks and even 5 women's wigs, which the terrorists apparently used for disguise.

According to Russian police, the cache was detected thanks to locals.

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