Second World War shell found in town

The bomb disposal squad will carried out a controlled explosion after a Second World War bomb was fo

The bomb disposal squad will carried out a controlled explosion after a Second World War bomb was found. Picture: Contributed by Suffolk Police - Credit: Archant

The bomb disposal squad was called out to a controlled explosion after a Second World War bomb was found.

The bomb disposal squad was called out a controlled explosion after a Second World War bomb was found.

The explosion took place on private land in Barsham at around 3pm yesterday.

This comes after a Second World War shell was found at Frederick's Road in Beccles earlier that day.

A spokesperson from Suffolk Constabulary said: 'The shell was discovered in the garden of an address in Frederick's Road, Beccles, and is described as being approximately 90mm in diameter, and 30cm tall.'


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