The Colombian military captured 11 alleged guerrillas Friday in a rural area on the country's Pacific coast, the Colombian National Army said.
"Materials of war" and 2.2 pounds (a kilogram) of cocaine base were also seized in the raid of a rebel camp outside the port city of Buenaventura, the army said in a statement.
According to the army, the suspects captured in the raid belonged to the leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, commonly referred to by its Spanish acronym FARC.
Colombian soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen worked together in the operation to find and dismantle a camp of the Libardo Garcia FARC group, which the army said is responsible for terrorist attacks on the highway between Buenaventura and the city of Cali.
The army said the detained members of FARC included the girlfriend of the alleged leader of the Libardo Garcia group. The army said the girlfriend, who was known as "Farnley," was injured in the raid.
A machine gun, a pistol, two rifles, three hand grenades, 1,695 rifle cartridges, a large amount of supplies and a kilogram of cocaine were also seized in the raid, the army said.
Three minors who were found in the camp were placed in the custody of the government's family welfare agency, the army said.