Roads reopen after suspected World War Two shell found in Romford
All roads have now reopened after a suspected World War Two shell was found in Romford.
The discovery was made in Mawney Road, Romford today at 9.04am (Monday August 6).
Residents were advised to stay in their homes and to avoid the area.
The police and bomb disposal experts also attended the scene.
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