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Police seize 250 guns, grenade from Ontario home

Waterloo Regional Police didn’t need to pay for tickets to see a gun show last week.

Police seized about 250 firearms, 200,000 rounds of ammunition and a grenade from a Kitchener, Ont., home.

According to a press release, police discovered the guns on Thursday after executing a search warrant.

Police charged a Kitchener man with unsafe storage, but police say the investigation is ongoing and they anticipate additional fire-arms-related charges.

Police reminded gun owners to lock up their guns, and to store ammunition separately in a location that can’t be broken into.

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