The search for a storage solution for over six million pounds of explosives has slowed to a snail's pace for crews in Webster parish. Authorities hoped to have finished storing all the improperly stored explosives on Camp Minden at this time but the lack of storage space has seemingly brought the operation to a halt. Now after working for a little over a month crews have come to the end of the line when it comes to storing the millions of pounds of improperly stored explosives behind Explo systems. Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton says at times they were able to store over 500 thousand pounds of propellant per day. He says that number has greatly diminished. Now authorities are searching for more bunker space possibly out of state to store the military propellant called M-6. "Certainly it's going to be outside the compound of Camp Minden but it could be out of state, where ever it's available we will consider trucking it that far and putting it there", Sheriff Sexton said. Sheriff Sexton says they are shipping out about eighty thousand pounds of product per day but that's not enough to open up enough storage space for the rest of the product. He says the rain also played a factor in slowing down the storage process.