Where a search warrant is granted under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006, 1and where the suspected offence (or any of the suspected offences) is an offence to which these provisions apply2, the warrant may authorise a person authorised by Ofcom3 to exercise the power to seize and detain, for the purposes of any relevant proceedings4, any apparatus or other thing found in the course of the search carried out in pursuance of the warrant that appears to him to be a relevant item5.
If a constable or a person authorised by Ofcom to exercise this power has reasonable grounds to
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