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02/20/2013 03:45 am ET Updated Apr 21, 2013

Oscar Pistorius Had Unlicensed .38 Caliber Ammunition In Home At Time Shooting, Say Police [UPDATED]

In this photo taken Thursday Feb. 14, 2013 a police officer holds a gun that was allegedly used in the shooting of Reeva Stee
In this photo taken Thursday Feb. 14, 2013 a police officer holds a gun that was allegedly used in the shooting of Reeva Steenkamp, the girlfriend of Olympian athlete Oscar Pistorius, at the Boschkop police station east of Pretoria. Oscar Pistorius arrived at a courthouse Friday, Feb. 15, 2013, for his bail hearing in the murder case of his girlfriend as South Africans braced themselves for the latest development in a story that has stunned the country. The Paralympic superstar was earlier seen leaving a police station in a dark suit with a charcoal gray jacket covering his head as he got into a police vehicle. Model Reeva Steenkamp was shot and killed at Pistorius' upmarket home in an eastern suburb of the South African capital in the predawn hours of Thursday. (AP Photo/Phill Magakoe, Pretoria News) SOUTH AFRICA OUT

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PRETORIA, Feb 20 (Reuters) - A South African police investigator said on Wednesday he wants to charge global track star Oscar Pistorius with a weapons law violation after unlicenced .38 calibre ammunition was found in his home.

Pistorius is facing a bail hearing on a charge of murdering his girlfriend at his home. (Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Ed Cropley)