Security Minister, Robert Montague, is again questioning who’s paying for large quantities of guns being shipped to Jamaica.

This follows yesterday’s revelation of a major gun find in Miami in November that was destined for Jamaica, where 119 guns, including high powered rifles were intercepted.

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Meanwhile, Mr. Montague says months of intelligence and partnership led to the gun bust.

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Reports are that the Outbound Enforcement Team at the Miami International Airport found the weapons while conducting a routine inspection on November 13.

During the inspection, two blue shipping barrels said to contain personal effects were identified.

A physical inspection revealed food items, cat litter, a cardboard box labelled as a four-drawer dresser, and a cardboard box labelled as a television stand.

Further investigations revealed that the personal effects actually contained 4 rifles and 115 pistols.