RED LODGE, Mont. -

Federal agents have announced that 559 pounds of explosives taken from a U.S. Forest Service storage facility near Red Lodge this spring have been recovered.
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Agent Ken Bray of Billings says on Tuesday that all of the missing explosives have been recovered.
The ATF declined to say where or when the explosives were found or if there have been any arrests.
The ATF had offered a $5,000 reward leading to the arrest of whoever was responsible for breaking into a Forest Service storage bunker on April and taking the emulsion-type explosives, detonating cord and explosive cast boosters.
Bray says the investigation is continuing.