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Sunday, December 8, 2013
A second unexploded World War Two bomb has washed ashore on a Suffolk beach
The device was discovered more than 850m away from the tea room on Dunwich beach earlier today.
A Suffolk police spokesman said: “It washed ashore at high tide.
“The coastguard are staffing the cordon tonight and it is expected that a Royal Navy diving team will be attending first thing in the morning in order to make the device safe.”
It comes after a World War Two mortar shell was found on the beach in front of Dingle Marshes yesterday.
The device was later deemed safe and removed.