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'WW2' shell handed in to Exeter police


A shell thought to be from World War Two has been handed in to police on the last day of a gun amnesty.The ordnance was taken in a plastic carrier bag to Heavitree Road police station in Exeter, said officers.It has been dealt with by a Royal Navy bomb disposal team, who confirmed it was not live.Devon and Cornwall Police has been given about 500 weapons and more than 20,000 rounds of ammunition over the two-week amnesty.
Source: Devon BBC