WWII shells discovered in Bourne garden

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Mortar shell found in garden
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Seven homes were evacuated while the shells were removed from the garden

Houses were evacuated after two mortar shells, which are believed to be from World War II, were found in a Lincolnshire garden.

The discovery was made in a garden on Darnes Close in Bourne on Friday.

A bomb disposal team from RAF Wittering recovered the items and disposed of them at a quarry near Boston.

Seven houses were evacuated during the incident and the area was closed off until the shells had been removed.

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