Norfolk, Va. – A box of bullets, some loose bullets and some shotgun shells were all found on travelers trying to pass through security at Norfolk International Airport on Monday.
TSA Public Affairs spokesperson Lisa Farbstein posted photos of the banned ammunition on Twitter Tuesday afternoon, with a reminder to passengers to check their bags and pockets before heading to the airport.
The discoveries come after two guns and a replica gun were discovered in passengers’ bags in November.
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