http://www.kyw1060.com/Cache-of-Weapons-Found-in-Vacant-Upper-Darby-Home/1124144 Cache of Weapons Found in Vacant Upper Darby Home by KYW's David Madden Upper Darby police are looking into the discovery of a small but potentially lethal cache of weapons found in the basement of a duplex home late Monday night. Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says a dozen guns plus ammunition were found in the locked closet of a basement at 874 Windemere Road by real estate agents doing an inspection after the property had been sold. Chitwood insists the information on this case is “very preliminary,” but adds that the last occupant of that property is an Irish immigrant who returned to his homeland “under questionable circumstances” within the last two weeks. Since no charges have yet been filed, Chitwood (holding rifle in top photo) declined to identify the individual. But federal officials have been called in. While it appears that none of the weapons were stolen, it’s unclear where they came from or why they were being stored there. Included in the stash, according to Chitwood, were .45-caliber handguns, a .223 assault rifle, and a .45-caliber machine gun. Chitwood vowed that the weapons, which he labeled as “war guns” not appropriate for hunting, would be melted down for use as nails.