Bomb blown up on north Suffolk beach

BOMB disposal experts were called to north Suffolk after a piece of second world war ordnance was discovered on a beach.

Coastguard officers assisted the Royal Navy Bomb and Mine Disposal Unit from Portsmouth in the operation at around 4.30pm yesterday (Monday).

The ordnance was safely destroyed in a controlled explosion at Dingle Marshes, just north of Dunwich.


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