The Israel Police raided Bedouin villages in southern Israel in search of ammunition and illegal residents. During the operation, the police officers stopped a woman fleeing with a baby carriage and were amazed to find ammunition cartridges in the carriage. In addition, two suspects were arrested for housing illegal residents.







The weapons caught in the raid

The weapons caught in the raid Photo Credit: Israel Police Spokesperson/Channel 2 News

The Israel Police raided Bedouin villages in southern Israel in search of weapons, ammunition and illegal residents. The police caught a large amount of weapons and ammunition, some of which even hidden in a baby carriage.

The police force was comprised of policemen, detectives, canines and mounted police. Even a unique police helicopter was used in this large-scale operation.







The guns were hidden in houses

The guns were hidden in houses Photo Credit: Israel Police Spokesperson/Channel 2 News

Some of the policemen noticed a woman with a baby carriage fleeing the scene. They detained her and found many cartridges in the baby carriage. In addition, the police arrested dozens of illegal residents. Two additional people were arrested for housing and employing them. The police also found hundreds of thousands in shekel bills estimated to be part of money laundering crimes.







The money caught in the raid

The money caught in the raid Photo Credit: Israeli Police Spokesperson/Channel 2 News