Bomb disposal team at murder scene
BOMB disposal officers are currently at a Suffolk pub where a woman was found stabbed to death last week.
BOMB disposal officers have been working at a Suffolk pub where a woman was found stabbed to death last week.
Police officers carrying out an investigation into the murder of Sharon Green, 53, found what is suspected to be live hand grenades and a live landmine at the Old Bell in Marlesford just after 1pm.
A cordon was put in place and officers were evacuated from the pub while army bomb disposal officers worked on the scene.
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Later this afternoon they took a device away from the pub which will be safely detonated elsewhere.
Mrs Green's 59-year-old husband Paul was last night charged by police with the murder of his wife. He appeared at Ipswich Crown Court today for a preliminary hearing but was remanded to the Norvic Clinic in Norwich for assessment under section 35 of the Mental Health Act. Before his admission to the clinic he will be held at Norwich Prison.
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His case was adjourned until February 5 for a plea and case management hearing.
It is believed he had a Second World War museum at the rear of the pub.