An electric cattle prod and a flick knife have been recovered following an arrest by officers investigating a report that threats to kill a person had been made.
Police received a complaint that threats to kill had been made against a person on 20 July.
Officers attended Edgar Road in Cliftonville on July 23 and the suspect was spotted running away from patrols. Officers carried out a search of the area and found the man hiding in a coal bunker in Dalby Road.
Further enquiries led to police seizing a number of weapons, including batons, an electric cattle prod, an air weapon and a flick knife.
A 39-year-old man, of no fixed address, was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon, possessing firearms, possessing class A drugs, and threats to kill.
He was released on bail until Wednesday 18 August pending further enquiries.