JAKARTA (AFP) - The number of people killed in sectarian violence that erupted at the weekend on Indonesias remote Maluku Islands has risen to seven, police said Tuesday. Some of the victims suffered gunshot wounds and officers were ready to conduct raids to ensure weapons were not smuggled onto the island, police said. At 7 a.m., the death toll had risen to seven, from three yesterday, national police spokesman Anton Bachrul Alam said, without giving further details of the additional deaths. The bloody clashes erupted Sunday in Malukus capital Ambon, which has a history of major sectarian violence.