High Tides Hinder Ordnance Removal on UK Beach

West Wight Beach, United Kingdom Police were called after a dog walker discovered what appeared to be an ordnance item partially buried in the sand. Once officers arrived, however, the tide had turned and covered the object.

Hampshire Constabulary is working with the Needles Coastguard Rescue Team to monitor the situation. A Royal Navy EOD team from Portsmouth is on standby to identify and safely dispose of the item once the tides make removal possible.

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