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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

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Counsell remanded in custody until June

52-year-old Martin Counsell from Cheltenham has appeared before magistrates charged under the Explosives Act.

He was arrested when explosives were found in some garages in the town last week. He's been charged with making an explosive substance for an unlawful purpose.

Counsell was remanded in custody until June 8th when he will appear at Gloucester Crown Court. Credit: ITV West

Counsell was remanded in custody until June 8th when he will appear at Gloucester Crown Court.

Martin Counsell as arrested when explosives were found in some garages in the town last week. Credit: ITV West

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