Three AK-47s found at hideout used by Petrakakos

Three AK-47s found at hideout used by Petrakakos

Police have discovered three Kalashnikov assault rifles buried in the garden of a house in central Greece that was rented by terrorist suspect Giorgos Petrakakos, who was arrested in Volos last week.

The guns were found in the village of Molos, Fthiotida, and have been taken away for forensic tests. The property is believed to have been rented a year ago by a 27-year-old man arrested with Petrakakos, who is an alleged accomplice of jailed terrorist and bank robber Nikos Maziotis.

Officers had earlier found a Glock pistol at the property.

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