First pictures of garages in Cheltenham terror investigation

Gloucestershire correspondent Ken Goodwin has sent back the first pictures of the garages in Buttermere Close, Cheltenham, which were sealed of by police last week following the arrest of two men.

Police are continuing to question two men on suspicion of plotting a terrorist attack. Credit: ITV West

600 people were forced out of their homes after explosives were found in a garage on Friday.

On Saturday a series of controlled explosions were carried out at the site. Credit: ITV West

On Saturday a series of controlled explosions were carried out at the site.

Officers have until Friday to question two men arrested on suspicion of plotting a terrorist attack

600 people were forced out of their homes and a 200 metre cordon put in place around Buttermere Close Credit: ITV West

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A 52-year-old man has been charged with making explosives for unlawful purposes following the discovery of suspect materials in a garage in Buttermere Close, Cheltenham. A second man arrested has been released without charge