French Police and a forensic expert stand at the entrance of an apartment building after a raid in Argenteuil, a suburb in northern Paris, March 25, 2016.
Gonzalo Fuentes—Reuters
By NBC News
March 31, 2016

The French national charged Wednesday with plotting a terrorist attack had an arsenal in his apartment.

In the apartment Reda Kriket rented in the Paris suburb of Argenteuil, police found some of the standard tools of terror — a cache of assault rifles and handguns, five stolen French passports, seven cell phones still in their packaging, and a single tear gas bomb, prosecutors said.

They also confiscated Tupperware containing 500 grams of the powerful explosive TATP, more than a kilo of industrial explosives, detonators and other electronics, they said.

More ominously, they found acetone and other chemicals, along with four cartons containing. . .

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