Early reports offer no possible motivation for the students’ actions but we’ll be following this story.

FOX 5 in DC reports.

3 arrested after bomb-making materials found in George Mason University dorm room

Three students have been arrested after a drug and explosives investigation on the campus of George Mason University.

Officials say there is no immediate threat and evidence has been taken into custody. The details of this incident are contained in a search warrant filed in Fairfax County court and obtained by FOX 5 News.

The court documents say campus police searched a campus dorm room at the university and found what is being described as materials used to manufacture fire bombs.

According to search warrants, officers from the George Mason University Police Department raided Room 105 at Jefferson Hall at around 8:45 p.m. Wednesday. Officers were responding to a report of flames shooting out of a window.

Court documents state when police confronted the residents in the room, they found a leafy green substance. When they returned with a search warrant, police discovered a tool box containing match books, shaved match heads, a mortar and pedestal, lighter fluid, hand sanitizer candles and a PVC pipe.

The bomb squad later advised campus police that the materials were being used to manufacture fire bombs or make explosive materials.

Students, some of whom live in Jefferson Hall say they disturbed by this, but are relieved the materials were discovered before someone got hurt.