On Wednesday, police said bomb squad members have found 29 guns in the bunker and basement of a house where 80 bombs have already been removed.
Const. Angie Butler said the two crews of investigators working simultaneously in the bomb shelter and basement at the home found the guns, including rifles and automatic shotguns.
Investigators initially responded to the house as part of a cold case investigation into the murder of Michael Traynor, 26, in 1978. Traynor was found with his wrists and ankles bound with copper wire. He had been shot twice in the chest.
Read more at the Toronto Sun