Wiltshire suspected WWII grenade detonated

Suspected WWII grenade in Wiltshire
Image caption The device was identified as a propelled grenade, probably left over from WW II

An unexploded World War II grenade was found by workers at a bridge over the River Avon in Wiltshire.

The propelled grenade was found at Bowden Hill, Lacock just after 09:00 BST.

Bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosion 100m from the bridge. A police cordon near the Rising Sun pub has been removed.

Officers have asked anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area to come forward.

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