Explosives destroyed on Montrose Beach
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World War II explosives on Montrose Beach

Bomb disposal teams have destroyed explosives twice in one week on Montrose Beach.

Coastguards said the unexploded devices were smoke markers used in World War II training exercises.

The coastguard have advised anyone who finds such items on the beach to call 999.

The devices contained phosphorus powder which can cause severe burns.

  • 17 Jan 2012