HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. (AP) — Authorities say a Michigan State Police bomb squad was called to clear a home in Highland Park where a cache of guns was found.
Police responded Thursday morning in the Detroit enclave.
WDIV-TV reports least 20 guns were removed from the home. The station broadcast video showing police examining guns that were lined up on the ground outside.
WXYZ-TV reports the area around the home was blocked off as the bomb squad responded. No injuries were reported.
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