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A street in Hull was cordoned off for a second day as the bomb squad searched a house there.
Just hours after they were allowed to return to their houses on Kilnsea Grove residents were again told to leave. Police are investigating a tip off about potentially explosive substances there.
The cordon has this evening been taken down.
Three people including a teenage boy have been arrested and released on bail. James Webster has the latest.
A street in East Hull is cordoned off for a second day. The bomb squad have been at the house for the last couple of hours as police investigate reports of explosive substances there. Some residents have been forced to leave their homes for a second time while others have chosen to leave.
James Webster reports
A member of the bomb disposal team has now been seen leaving the property in Kilnsea Grove in Hull carrying a suitcase. It is not yet known if the substance which prompted this morning's road closure has been removed from the property or not.
Fire crews and a paramedic vehicle are now in attendance at Kilnsea Grove in Hull which is once again sealed off. Some homes have been evacuated. Other residents have chosen to leave their houses.
Police are evacuating homes on either side of the address in Kilnsea Grove where three arrests were made yesterday. It comes after police recovered 'substances' after a bomb scare in the early hours of Sunday.
Three people, including a 15-year-old teenager, arrested after suspected explosive substances were found at a house in Hull have been released on bail pending further enquiries. Neighbours had to leave their homes while army bomb disposal experts made the area safe.
Police remain on Kilnsea Grove in Hull after the street was evacuated yesterday. Officers are investigating after reports of 'substances' at the property.
Police said they have "recovered substances" from an address in Hull and that they have been "made safe" after a bomb scare in the early hours of Sunday.
Most people in the street have now returned to their houses after being evacuated, police said.
Army bomb disposal experts were called to the terraced council property in Hull along with scores of police, firefighters and paramedics following a tip-off.
Humberside Police spokesman Detective Inspector Jason Gourley said: "We believe this is an isolated incident and we don't believe this incident is connected to any terrorist organisations".
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested after suspected explosive substances were found at a house in Hull, forcing neighbours to be evacuated and army bomb disposal experts called in.
A handful of homes along terraced Kilnsea Grove remain cordoned off tonight with police and fire service officials still in place, though many residents have been allowed to return to their properties.
The teenager was arrested by Humberside Police in the early hours of this morning along with a 49-year-old woman and a 56-year-old man.