Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2022

Bomb squad called after hand grenades discovered at property in North Wales

North Wales news and information

The bomb squad was called out after hand grenades were discovered at a property in North Wales yesterday.

North Wales Police were contacted by a member of the public who found two hand grenades at a property that belonged to their deceased brother.

The 11th Explosive Ordnance Disposal & Search Regiment attended and remove the explosives.

They were then transported to Morfa Bychan/Black Rock Sands, where a cordon was put in place before they were detonated in a safe manner.

Police said PCSO Paula Stewart was given the honour of pushing the button to blow them up.

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