A man in Ostrava has turned in part of an anti-tank cannon under a general amnesty on illegally held weapons. The man brought the upper part of the Czechoslovak produced weapon, which weighs more than 250kg, to the Ostrava police’s weapons and dangerous materials department, a spokesperson for the force said on Saturday.
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