A man has appeared in court accused of causing explosions in Dundee.
Allan Peach, 24, faced three charges of causing explosions in Dundee when he appeared at the city’s sheriff court.
One of the charges he faced related to an explosion on Thursday at Dundee’s Cullen Place. No one was injured in the incident but windows were smashed and doors blown open.
He also faced two charges of being in possession of firearms, namely pepper spray and one further charge of possessing a class B drug.
Peach made no plea or declaration when he appeared on petition and in private at the court.
His case was continued and he was remanded in custody.
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