Lara Channel Samples 4.65 Percent Zinc and 4.86 Percent Lead at Puituco Project

- June 12th, 2018

Lara Exploration has reported results of its surface chip channel sampling program to evaluate polymetallic brecciated feeder structures and related mantos mapped at its newly acquired Puituco Project, located in the Huancavelica department of central Peru.

Lara Exploration (TSXV:LRA) has reported results of its surface chip channel sampling program to evaluate polymetallic brecciated feeder structures and related mantos mapped at its newly acquired Puituco Project, located in the Huancavelica department of central Peru.

Lara’s 400-hectare Puituco property was acquired at government auction in late 2017 and is the core to a larger claim block, with the surrounding areas mostly won by the Peruvian subsidiary of BHP and now defined as their Kenita Project.

As quoted in the press release:

A total of 63 samples were collected across vertical brecciated structures and two related low-angle mantos that extend into the limestones. The best intervals were sampled across Manto-2 where a series of roughly horizontal channel samples PUI-022 to PUI-030 averaged 4.65 percent zinc, plus 4.86 percent lead and 37 grams per tonne (g/t) silver over 42.6 metres; and PUI-031 to PUI-034 averaged 4.73 percent zinc, 2.6 percent lead and 16 g/t silver over a thickness of 17.3 metres.

Click here to view the full Lara Exploration (TSXV:LRA) press release.

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