Police in Bolivia confiscated around two tons of uranium found near the U.S. embassy and Spanish embassy in the capital, La Paz.
Deputy Interior Minister Jorge Perez told the EFE news agency that four Bolivians were arrested in connection with the uranium, which looked like chunks of sedimentary rock. The rocks was being stored in a building in cloth sacks.
“This material is used for building nuclear weapons, and was found in a van in the garage,” he told the El Dario publication.
Perez added that one of the suspects who was arrested is an engineer who told police that he held the uranium for others.
Full article: Cache of Uranium Seized in Bolivia (Epoch Times)