LA PAZ (AFP) - Authorities in Bolivia said Tuesday they had seized nearly two tons of uranium stashed at a building in central La Paz and detained at least one person linked to the cache of radioactive material. The material was found in a garage on the ground floor of a building in the city center, not far from the US and Brazilian embassies, Deputy Interior Minister Jorge Perez, who led the seizure operation, told a press conference. Experts were to quickly analyze the material, which the minister said appeared to have a “high level of radioactivity.” Perez did not explain how the discovery was made, or the specific nature of the uranium. Perez said the uranium could have come from “Brazil or another neighboring country.”