Wembley family bailed after police find bullets in their home
Mother, father and son were arrested following discovery in Elm Road
A couple and their teenage son arrested after police found bullets hidden in their Wembley home have been bailed.
Officers discovered eight rounds of live ammunition hidden in a sock after they carried out a drugs raid at the property in Elm Road on Monday.
The 33-year-old father, 35-year-old mother and their son, who is 15, were held on suspicion of the illegal possession of ammunition.
No drugs were found at the address.
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All three have been bailed until January 16.
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