Hand grenade found in Mildenhall

An explosives team has been called out to a Suffolk town after the discovery of a hand grenade.

A member of the public found it on Mulberry Close in Mildenhall at about 13:00 BST.

The Army's bomb disposal squad came from Colchester and they expect to carry out a controlled explosion at the site, near Mildenhall Cemetery.

The police and Army said they were unable to say how old the grenade was at the moment.

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