Four people are facing charges after Prince Albert police seized two sawed-off rifles on Monday in separate cases.
The first seizure in the norther Saskatchewan city happened in the morning after a patrol officer spotted a vehicle being driven erratically in the 600-block of 22nd Street East.
The officer saw what appeared to be a weapon in the rear seat and called for assistance.
A sawed-off .22-calibre rifle was seized.
The driver, a 23-year-old man from Prince Albert, is facing numerous firearm-related and breach of court order charges.
Then in the afternoon, officers went to a home in the 500-block of 28 Street West to arrest a person wanted on an outstanding warrant.
Officers ended up arresting three men in the home who were wanted on outstanding warrants.
Police seized a loaded sawed-off 30-30 rifle.
Three Prince Albert men, 18, 20 and 24, are charged with numerous firearm-related offences and breaching court orders.
All four are scheduled to appear Tuesday in Prince Albert provincial court.
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