Bullet casings have been found by the Lagos State Judicial panel at the Lekki Toll Gate, where just over a week ago Amnesty International says the security forces opened fire on peaceful protestors killing and injuring a number of people.
Both the police and the army have rejected Amnesty's allegation.
Members from a judicial panel set up to investigate accusations of police brutality have been visiting the site as part of their investigation.
They were shown around by the head of the Lekki Concession Centre, which runs the gate.
Taking pictures of where they found them, officials used paper to pick up the casings.
They were also shown around the burnt out building which houses the control room in charge of the CCTV footage.
The Lekki Concession Centre boss said that despite rumours of their removal, CCTV cameras are mounted in position.
Panel members asked whether some of the holes in windows were in fact caused by bullets.
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