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Bomb disposal team en-route to River Nar in Narborough after Norfolk Police receive reports of grenade in water





Bomb disposal teams have been called after police received reports of a grenade in a river.

Norfolk officers were called to Main Road in Narborough at 1.53pm this afternoon (Thursday), which passes over the River Nar.

A cordon has been put in place while emergency services attend the scene.

The River Nar off Main Road in Narborough, where police received reports of a grenade in the water. Picture: Google Maps
The River Nar off Main Road in Narborough, where police received reports of a grenade in the water. Picture: Google Maps

The army's Explosive Ordinance Disposal has now arrived at the river.

The grenade is set to be safely detonated it in a nearby field shortly.

One eyewitness at the scene told the Lynn News that the road had been closed and that there was a high police presence in attendance.



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