Too close for comfort
LONDON- A police officer assigned to the Royal Protection Unit at Buckingham Palace was arrested after ammunition was found in personal lockers on the grounds of the palace.
The ammo is thought to have come from Metropolitan Police supplies.
The officer is suspended from duty and is being question on suspicion of misconduct and unlawful possession of ammunition and his home was searched.
The officer works in a protection role but is not assigned to guard any individual member of the royal family.
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