Anti-terror police raid Cardiff council house of former bio-tech boss

Anti-terror police raid Cardiff council house of former bio-tech boss amid fears he was building explosives Anti-terror police raided a property in the Ely area of Cardiff and arrested a man Officers stressed they had no intelligence of a specific threat against the city Edward John Harris will appear in Westminster Magistrates' Court later today  He is facing a total of eight charges relating to explosives and terrorism 

By Darren Boyle for MailOnline

Published: 12:56 BST, 1 September 2018 | Updated: 12:57 BST, 1 September 2018

A man has been charged with explosive offences and possessing terrorist documents.

Edward John Harris, from Cardiff, was arrested following reports of explosive materials being held at an address in the Ely area of the city.

Counter-terror police stressed there is no evidence of a specific terrorist threat against the Welsh capital.

Anti-terror police have charged Edward John Harris following a raid on a house in Ely, Cardiff

Anti-terror police have charged Edward John Harris following a raid on a house in Ely, Cardiff

Police searched the property and found suspicious items including documents they claim could be useful for terrorism

Police searched the property and found suspicious items including documents they claim could be useful for terrorism

Police said a second suspect remains in custody for further questioning 

Police said a second suspect remains in custody for

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