Ammunition found at alleged murder scene not live
AMMUNITION taken from the scene of a murder by bomb disposal officers were not live devices, Suffolk police said today.
AMMUNITION taken from the scene of an alleged murder by bomb disposal officers were not live devices, Suffolk police said today.
Following the death of Sharon Green, 53, at the Old Bell in Main Road, Marlesford, on Friday November 20, police conducted searches and discovered numerous items of ammunition at the premises.
The bomb disposal team were called and took away a number of items, including one device which was detonated.
Suffolk Constabulary said today that it had been asked by family members to make it clear that items found at the property during the searches were inert and not live. This has also been confirmed by the bomb disposal squad.
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Mrs Green's husband, Paul, 59, has been charged with his wife's murder. It is believed he had a Second World War museum at the rear of the pub. He will next appear at Ipswich Crown Court on February 5.
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