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Dunwich: Explosive experts remove ordnance from wildlife reserve

PUBLISHED: 06:44 24 January 2014 | UPDATED: 06:44 24 January 2014

Unexploded World War Two ordnance that washed up on Dunwich beach last year

Unexploded World War Two ordnance that washed up on Dunwich beach last year

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A piece of ordnance has been removed from a wildlife reserve in Dunwich.

Aldeburgh Coastguard was called to assist the Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal team, from Colchester, at Dingle Marshes at about 7.45pm yesterday.

The disposal team removed the item and the area was declared safe.

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