Bomb-making materials found in boxes for homeless donated to church in North Carolina

Authorities Thursday found bomb-making materials inside donated boxes designated to benefit the homeless at a warehouse near a church in North Carolina, according to reports.

FOX 46 CHARLOTTE reported that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department's Explosive Ordinance Disposal helped remove the materials from the building associated with the Catholic Church of Charlotte.

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The church uses the building to store items for homeless relief projects.

Authorities said workers found the materials while sorting through the boxes; the workers had collected donated items from an apartment where an individual died earlier this month.

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