Arrest in Bundamba after discovery of improvised explosives

POLICE have taken a Bundamba man into custody after a search of his home allegedly uncovered two improvised explosives.

Crews responded to reports of a domestic dispute at a house in Harold St, Bundamba about 9am.

The man was taken into custody a short time later, with a subsequent search allegedly unveiling the two devices, which police say are made of crushed up sparklers, screws and tape, with a fuse attached.

The police Explosives Ordnance Response Team was called to the house after the discovery was made.

Investigations are continuing.

Topics:  home-made bombs

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