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The FBI and Connecticut police late Wednesday night find improvised explosives devices and bomb-making material in a New Haven, Connecticut home; firefighters found the materials when they responded to reports of smoke coming out of the house; it is not yet clear how many bombs were found, and what type of explosives material was used

Connecticut police and FBI agents are investigating what they say appear to be “improvised explosives” and bomb-making materials found late Wednesday night in a New Haven home.

Firefighters found the materials when they responded to reports by neighbors of smoke at 17 Hubinger Street, New Haven Police Officer Joe Avery said .

No injuries were reported, and Avery said there is no immediate danger.

Fox News quotes Avery to say that it is not clear how many bombs and explosive materials are in the home.

An FBI spokesman in New Haven confirmed that agents were on the scene Thursday and were assisting in the investigation, but declined to provide additional details.

Hubinger Street remained closed to traffic early Thursday.

The police say the home was empty and no one has been arrested, but that they have persons of interest they want to talk to.

Source: Homeland Security Newswire

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