Urumqi Song was prosecuted for illegally trading and storing guns
Tianshan.com (intern reporter Wang Weidan, correspondent Zuo Xin and Huang Linsheng report) Song opened a toy wholesale shop, but started a business of buying and selling guns and ammunition. The police seized 396 simulated guns and 230,000 BB bullets. On July 2, Mr. Song was transferred to the Shayibak District People’s Procuratorate of Urumqi City Public Security Bureau to be investigated and prosecuted by the Shayibake District Bureau of the Urumqi Public Security Bureau on suspicion of illegal trading and storing of guns. In 2010, Song and his wife opened a toy wholesaler in the Diwang International Toys Mall, Shayibake District, Urumqi. At first, Song only sold children's toys such as plastic building blocks and Yap cars. In 2012, Song contacted a toy company in Guangdong through the Internet and began to purchase about a dozen different models of simulated guns for wholesale sales in the store. On April 17, 2014, the police from the Shayibak District Bureau of the Public Security Bureau of Urumqi City came to Song’s toy store in disguise according to a report, and seized 46 imitation guns and 230,000 BB bullets on the spot, and seized 350 from his home. Simulation gun. After questioning, Song confessed to the fact that he illegally bought and sold guns and stored guns. According to Song, the simulated guns he sold were mainly wholesale to Urumqi, Changji, Shihezi, Altay, Hotan and other regions. The purchase price of a simulated gun is 300 yuan, but it can be sold for more than 500 yuan. At the beginning of 2014, Song started to purchase a batch of guns that used ammonia as a power to hit steel balls, which was extremely lethal. The 396 imitation guns were seized by the Material Evidence Appraisal Center of the Public Security Department of the Autonomous Region, and 2 of them were determined to be guns.