Four men are arrested after a BOMB is found in a suburban street
- Four men were arrested after a bomb was found at a home on Friday morning
- Police executed a search warrant of a property in West Wodonga, Victoria
- A bomb squad has been called in and police say there is no danger to public
Four men have been arrested after a bomb was found at a home in northern Victoria.
Police executed a search warrant at Macpherson Street, West Wodonga, on the Victoria and New South Wales border on Friday morning.
During the search, an improvise explosive device was found.
A bomb was found while police searched a home in Macpherson Street, West Wodonga (pictured), on the Victoria and New South Wales border on Friday morning
Local police remain at the scene as they await the Bomb Squad, a police spokeswoman said.
Police said there was no threat to public safety.
Volunteers have started sandbagging the area.
A resident in the area told the Herald Sun the home’s occupants had lived there for years but they had little to do with them.
‘I see them from time to time, working on their cars,’ they said.
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