However, a police officer in Karachi said investigators had not yet confirmed the claim. The police are investigating how a person can carry ammunition when he is in Pakistan on a visit visa, adding that Cox has failed to provide any document that allows him to keep bullets. A local judge in Karachi has ordered Cox to remain in police custody until May 10 for questioning.
However, the district and sessions judge in Karachi May 8 accepted Cox's bail plea and ordered his release. Cox has claimed in his bail application that the ammunition found in his baggage was not his and that he was being implicated in the case. The devices seized from Cox's possession include a pen camera and a locator gadget. (IANS)