PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Transportation Security Administration officers found a gun in a West Virginia woman’s bag at Pittsburgh International Airport early Monday morning.

The TSA says the Arthurdale, W.Va., woman had a loaded handgun in her carry-on bag when she tried to pass through a security checkpoint.

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The green camouflage-designed handgun was loaded with eight bullets, including one in the chamber.

(Source: Transportation Security Administration)

Allegheny County Police were called to the scene. They confiscated the firearm and detained the woman for questioning.

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The woman was cited on weapons violations.

This is the 10th gun stopped at the Pittsburgh International Airport checkpoint so far this year.

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Individuals who bring firearms to the airport checkpoint are subject to possible criminal charges, even those with concealed carry permits.