An investigator has revealed that two boxes of 'testosterone' and needles were found in Oscar Pistorius' house.
The investigating officer said that unlicensed .38 handgun ammunition was found in Oscar Pistorius' house.
It was previously reported that an unlicensed handgun had been found, but this is not the case.
The officer called for Pistorius to face addition charges for possessing the ammunition, and not a gun.
The court is hearing from the investigating officer that none of the phones found at Oscar Pistorius' house were used to call the police.
Pistorius doesn't lift his gaze from the ground as the evidence is heard.
A South African investigating officer has said that Oscar Pistorius should face additional charges for possessing an unlicensed handgun and ammunition.
The prosecutor has said that an unlicensed .38 handgun was found in Oscar Pistorius' home.
Reeva Steenkamp was shot in the head, arm and hip, the prosecutor added.
Oscar Pistorius is gazing towards the ground as the police officer describes arriving at the scene.
The investigating officer believes Oscar Pistorius may be a flight risk.
"We don't want another Dewani," the officer says, referring to Shrien Dewani - the British man accused by a South African court of arranging the murder of his wife on their honeymoon there.
The investigating officer, who arrived shortly after the shooting, is giving evidence.
The officer says Reeva Steenkamp's body was clothed and covered in towels.
Prosecutors are saying a witness heard "non-stop shouting" coming from Oscar Pistorius' home before the shooting.