The 12 men who were arrested for allegedly trying to remove statement of polls from the Alberttown Polling station have been released on bail. On Monday evening after the country had cast their votes for the regional and general elections, the men were arrested after several residents converged on the scene. The men were found with guns and ammunition but were later verified to be legal firearm holders. According to a family member of one of the men that were detained, the men are employed at a private security firm. They were hired by the PPPC as bodyguards for Election day. Though the men were not charged they release on Station bail and will have to report to the station. Headline News tried contacting the crime chief regarding the case but calls went unanswered.