4(1)[F1A member of Her Majesty's forces who is on duty] may—N.I.
(a)stop a person in a public place, and
(b)search him for the purpose of ascertaining whether he has munitions unlawfully with him or wireless apparatus with him.
(2)An [F2member of Her Majesty's forces who is on duty] may search a person—
(a)who is not in a public place, and
(b)whom the [F3member concerned] reasonably suspects to have munitions unlawfully with him or to have wireless apparatus with him.
(3)A member of Her Majesty's forces may search a person entering or found in a dwelling entered under paragraph 2.
[F4(4)A constable may search a person (whether or not that person is in a public place) whom the constable reasonably suspects to have munitions unlawfully with him or to have wireless apparatus with him.]
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