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Hampshire Constabulary is continuing investigations today at two addresses in Southampton following the discovery of a suspicious device in the garden of a property at Manor Farm Road in Bitterne Park yesterday. This is being treated as an isolated incident and there is no threat to the public.
A controlled explosion was carried out on the device yesterday and it was removed from the property. Subsequent investigations have shown that the device was non-viable.
41-year-old Pascal Knorr-Gulde of Bond Road, Southampton was charged with one count of bomb hoax, placing an article with intent. He was remanded in custody.
A 62-year-old woman from Southampton arrested in connection with this investigation has been bailed until June 10, pending further enquiries.
Two people are still being questioned after a suspicious device was found at a house in Southampton. A bomb disposal team were called to Manor Farm Road in Bitterne Park yesterday afernoon. They spent several hours examining the device before a controlled explosion was carried out.
Police, called to investigate a suspicious device in Southampton, say that a 41-year-old man has been arrested. A device has been removed and enquiries are continuing.
Hampshire Police were alerted to a suspicious incident at a property at Manor Farm Road in Bitterne Park just before 9.40am. A 100-metre cordon has been put in place and specialist officers are investigating. A bomb disposal team is at the scene.