Rifles, Grenades Found in Brush Along Texas, Mexico Border
** ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY, DEC. 31 **A National Guard soldier peers over the vast Otay Mountain Valley as he assists the Border Patrol infrared scope unit as agents search the area for smugglers in San Diego Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006. The unit directs other agents in the area when they sight smugglers bringing illegal immigrants into the country. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)
Updated at 10:15 AM CST on Tuesday, Jan 25, 2011
The U.S. Border Patrol reports its agents found a cache of weapons concealed in the brush near the Rio Grande in far South Texas.
A Border Patrol statement issued Monday says agents working a remote area about 55 miles up the river from McAllen found the cache of weapons and paramilitary-style gear.
Among the items found Friday were four assault-style rifles, two hand grenades, body armor, two-way radios, military-style uniforms and 16 fully loaded 30-round ammunition clips.
No arrests were reported relating to the find.
Published at 10:08 AM CST on Jan 25, 2011
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