/ Man from Bury charged under the Explosive Substance Act

A man from Bury has been charged with an offence under the Explosives Substance Act.
Nadeem Muhammed (1/1/74) of Tinline Street, Bury has been charged with Making or Possessing an Explosive under Suspicious Circumstances under the Explosive Substance Act of 1883.
He has been remanded into custody and is due to appear before Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday 13 February 2017.
On Monday 30 January 2017, following effective security screening, a man was stopped at Manchester Airport after a suspicious package was identified passing through security.
Airport security stopped the man and the package was seized. The man was questioned by police officers and subsequently released for further investigation to take place.
Following further enquiries by officers from the North West Counter Terrorism Unit, on Thursday 9 February 2017, officers executed a warrant at an address on Tinline Street, Bury.
Yesterday, Sunday 12 February, an arrest warrant from Westminster Magistrates’ Court was issued for Making or Possessing an Explosive Substance under Suspicious Circumstances, which is covered in Section 4 of the Explosives Substance Act 1883. Subsequently a 43-year-old man was arrested under the provisions of this warrant and will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ today.
This incident has demonstrated that the airport checks were effective with a suspicious package successfully being identified.

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