Walker discovers part of bomb on beach
PART of a bomb was discovered on a north Suffolk beach yesterday.The front end piece of ordinance was found by a local walking on the stretch of beach between Dunwich and Walberswick at around
PART of a bomb was discovered on a north Suffolk beach yesterday.
The front end piece of ordinance was found by a local walking on the stretch of beach between Dunwich and Walberswick at around 5.30pm last night (Wednesday).
A coastguard team were out patrolling the beach, searching for a missing man when they were alerted to the discovery.
A spokesman for the coastguard team said the bomb disposal squad from the Royal Navy were due to arrive at the scene this morning (Thursday) to dispose of the bomb part.
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The area of beach has been cordoned off.
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