Man bailed after Denbigh explosives find

Explosives found at an address in Denbigh did not pose any risk to the public, police have said.

North Wales Police said the explosives were connector blocks used in the construction and quarrying industry.

A 52-year-old man arrested after the discovery has been released on police bail.

North Wales Police said he was arrested on suspicion of theft of commercial explosives by a company employee.

Police said it appeared to be an isolated incident and nobody else was wanted in connection with the theft.

Officers were called to a house in Denbigh at about 1600 GMT on Saturday and found a quantity of explosives.

Det Insp Jo Ramessur-Williams said: "The items have been identified as connector blocks used in the construction and quarrying industry.

"All outstanding items have been recovered. They had not been modified or altered in any way and did not pose any risk of harm to the general public.''

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