Two bombs found in Craigavon yesterday could have had devastating consequences, police have said.
Fifteen residents were evacuated in Pinebank after a suspicious object was found in a garden.
Police and Army bomb disposal experts removed what were described as “viable devices” for further examination.
Inspector Adam Ruston said: “Families had to leave their homes, having their afternoon disrupted, while we worked to make the area safe.
“Most importantly, it’s fortunate that no-one was physically injured.
“The consequences of this could have been devastating.”