A firearms dealer has been found guilty of supplying illegal handguns and home-made bullets linked to more than 100 crime scenes, including three murders.

Paul Edmunds was arrested in 2015 at his home in Hardwicke, Gloucestershire, where he had three armouries and made bullets to fit antique weapons.

The 66-year-old was found guilty of conspiracy to supply firearms and ammunition by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court.

He will be sentenced on 20 December.

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