A man has been charged after 'military' style ammunition was discovered at a home in Walsall.
Officers began searching a property in Station Street on Thursday and yesterday found items including armour piercing bullets and 'expanding' ammunition.
Paul Morris, 47, from Station Street, has been charged with two counts of possessing ammunition.
A cordon is still in place at the home, which is next to Bloxwich police station.
Twelve people had to be evacuated from their homes yesterday as a precaution.
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