Suspected wartime bomb 'stored in van'

Suspected wartime bomb Image copyright Breckland Police
Image caption An RAF bomb disposal squad carried out a controlled explosion on the suspected wartime bomb

A suspected wartime bomb was found by a resident and stored in a van for two days before being blown up, police have said.

A controlled explosion was carried out at Oxwick, near Fakenham, Norfolk, by an RAF bomb disposal squad on Saturday.

Officers said it was discovered in nearby South Creake on Thursday.

A local man found it and had intended to take it to the police, but then grew concerned after leaving it in his van, officers said.

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