Explosive device found in police raid

HOMEMADE bombs, guns, ammunition and drugs have been found during a raid of a home yesterday south of Brisbane.

Three people have been charged over the alleged discovery hat occurred after police executed a search warrant at a Marsden property about 1.45pm.

Upper Mount Gravatt Tactical Crime Squad executed a search warrant on the address where methamphetamine, GHB, LSD, ammunition, an improvised explosive device, replica hand gun, false identifications and just over $1000 cash were allegedly found.

Specialist explosive police and the Queensland Ambulance Service attended to ensure the safe destruction of two explosives.

A 36-year-old man from Woodridge has been charged with 13 charges including producing dangerous drugs, forgery, fraud, unlawful possession of weapon, possession of explosives, possession of dangerous drugs.

He is due to appear at the Brisbane Magistrates Court later today.

A 37-year-old man from Clayfield has been charged with six charges including possession of dangerous drugs, possess drug utensil, unlawful possession of weapons and possession of explosives.

He is due to appear at the Beenleigh Magistrates Court later today.

Police also charged a 29-year-old Eagleby woman with two counts of possession of dangerous drugs and obstruct police.

She is due to appear at the Brisbane Magistrates Court later today.