Bloomington explosives raid leads to Minneapolis search
By Candice Dehnbostel
â€śMaterials of concernâ€? were found Tuesday at a south Minneapolis building after leads developed in a police raid of a home in Bloomington Monday, reported the Associated Press.
The building belongs to the wife of Terry Lee Dahlen, the man arrested after the Bloomington raid, according to the Star Tribune.
Military-grade ammunition, including detonation cords, firearms and explosive materials, was found at the building, reported the Star Tribune, though most of the guns were owned legally.
A self-made silencer, around a dozen semiautomatic weapons and possible bomb materials were found at Dahlenâ€™s Bloomington home, according to the Pioneer Press.