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April 23, 2014

The Daily Star - Police detain four Syrians in Lebanon border town, April 23, 2014

Police said late Friday that they detained four Syrians and confiscated two vehicles in the border town of Wadi Hamyed.

In a statement, the Internal Security Forces said it received information about two suspicious vehicles parked in Wadi Hamyed on the border with Syria after a Lebanese Army checkpoint.

A police unit headed to the area and detained four Syrians, identified by their initials as A.D., 27; A.Q., 26; A.M., 20; and M.A., 24.

They were in possession of a hand grenade, six knives, cellular phones, wireless communication devices and gold watches.

The unit also confiscated two four-wheel drive vehicles: a black Hyundai with no identification documents and a Grand Cherokee with a Lebanese license plate.

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