Police say there is not a particular focus with regards to the search for guns in Lautoka.
Police Chief of Intelligence and Investigations ACP Biu Matavou says the investigators were looking into all aspects that could be linked to the discovery of the ammunition.
He says their investigations will be covering all possible links if any to the initial find.
Meanwhile, two people have been charged in relation to the discovery of bullets on a yacht at Vuda Marina in Lautoka last Sunday.
A businessman and another person have been charged under the Arms and Ammunition Act.
They will appear in the Lautoka Magistrates Court this afternoon.
Matavou says the third suspect who was also taken in for questioning over the weekend is still being questioned.
Following the discovery of the bullets, a raid was conducted by police in a pharmacy in Lautoka last Friday.
Police have confirmed that the yacht belongs to the owner of the pharmacy.