“If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law and/or enforcement agency for assistance”.
Access to the Second World War base at Kinnaber has been enjoyed by locals for decades. However, signs have appeared in recent weeks warning people of the potential dangers of entering the site. Crown Estate Scotland, which purchased the land for £3.7 million in June 2020, is responsible for the new signs.
‘Potential unexploded ordnance’ at Montrose RAF site
It is urging “caution” and warn of “potential unexploded ordnance”. One local said people had been accessing the site for decades without being aware of any risk. She said: “It does seem strange that signs appear now, some 80 years after the Second World War ended. “The signs are warning folk of the potential for live explosives left from the war years but without any further explanation. “People have accessed the land for years and there’s never been any issue in the past.
If you find anything that appears to be an explosive device, do not touch it, leave it where it is and call the police. We will contact the appropriate agencies to properly dispose of the item.
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