“If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law enforcement agency for assistance”
Bomb disposal experts have been called in after a ‘historic grenade’ was found on Whitley Bay beach. Emergency services were called after the device was discovered on the popular beach on Friday afternoon. The person who found the suspected historic grenade then transported it to an address in Cramlington (Northumberland-Blyth Valley). Go here for the very latest breaking news updates from across the North East. The bomb disposal team was called out to the Norwich Way area where they have erected a cordon around a property. The device has now safely been detonated and disposed of. A Northumbria Police spokesman said: “At 1.50pm today (Friday) we were contacted by a member of the public who had found a suspected historic grenade on the beach in Whitley Bay and had transported it to an address in the Norwich Way area of Cramlington.
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