Bomb disposal unit called after suspected WW2 explosive is found in Sheffield garden

An unexploded WW2 device has suspectedly been discovered in a garden at a house in Sheffield, police have said.

Bomb disposal units were called to the house on Ashleigh Road at 8.55am this morning (Wednesday) following the discovery.

South Yorkshire Police said the device was thought to be a WW2 explosive.

Officers are at the scene with the property cordoned off and an army unit has also been summoned to take care of the device.

Police and bomb disposal teams were called to a house in Sheffield following the discovery of a suspected WW2 device

The public has been urged to stay away from the area for the time being.

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