Police in Igoumenitsa, northwestern Greece, have arrested two Albanian nationals on charges of carrying illegal weapons and entering the country illegally, Skai reported on Monday.
Police on Monday stopped a 28-year-old man in Nea Selefkia, a small town northwest of Igoumenitsa, and conducted a search discovering two Kalashnikov rifles and five cartriges with 124 bullets inside a bag. The man was also found carrying a Tokarev pistol with 54 bullets.
Police later arrested a second suspect, believed to be an associate, Skai reported. The man, 25, was found carrying 3,600 euros in cash and two cell phones.