Unexploded shell found at Brandon property
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2011
A bomb disposal team spent last night night (Thursday) at a property in Brandon after an unexploded shell was found.
Police received a call at around 4.40pm yesterday that the shell had been found on Ling Heath Road.
It was discovered in an outside store room next to a garage on the property that is currently being renovated.
The bomb disposal team took the device away to be safely destroyed.
The scene was declared safe at 7am this morning.
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It is unknown how old the device is or where it came from.
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