Police have discovered a new cache of weapons and ammunition suspected of being connected with the extremist Magyar Nemzeti Arcvonal, or Hungarian National Front, paramilitary organisation. During a house search in Jaszbereny, about 80 kilometres east of Budapest, by the national bureau of investigation, materials suspected of being poison and explosives were also uncovered. Police arrested a male suspect from the town and his pre-trial detention is being sought. The suspect is thought to have a connection with the extremist organisation, police asserted. Recently five people were held in custody after authorities seized weapons in a co-ordinated raid in several Hungarian localities. All suspects were linked to the paramilitary National Front, whose leader was arrested in October after allegedly fatally shooting a police officer in Bony. The counter-terrorism force (TEK) carried out house searches in Budapest, Ipolytolgyes, Jaszarokszallas, Pecs and Putnok. Investigators seized weapons, data storage devices, notes and propaganda materials, as well as drugs at one of the sites, a statement on the national police’s website said.