In 1997, in Chechnya, SSG Pyotr Vasiliev and 5 other men were tasked with inspecting a building allegedly used by separatists as a weapons storehouse. They entered the building through two separate entrances, and secured all floors, without encountering any resistance. The building was deserted, and there were no enemies inside. While two men guarded the approaches to a building, the rest searched all the floors and found, in addition to 400 kg of cocaine and 600 kg of hashish, 50 Norinco 86S assault rifles, 200 tokarev T33 Automatics, 120 AK-47 assault rifles, 150 kg of C4 plastic explosives, 300 electric fuses, and the equivalent of USD $2,572,760 in various international currency. They also noticed that the basement and sections of the first floor had unusual amounts of matter resembling blood or feces on the floor, and a large, vaguely humanoid but significantly deformed "statue" constructed out of a heavy material was discovered resting underneath a broken sink. They cracked open the object and discovered a significant amount of contraband materials inside it, with a value exceeding USD $69,400. The Chechens had been planning to use them to generate funds for their acts of terror.