Police officers and a Royal Navy explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) unit were called to a property in Exeter this afternoon following the discovery of a suspect device.
"This isn't that unusual - police are often called to homes of people who have collected military items."
The units left the property with the items at just after 5.30pm.
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Ashton Mill are fully trained to deal with war memorabilia, such as guns, bullets and knives. All live and / or dangerous weapons must be handed over to the police, including un-used bullets. If you need any advice, you are welcome to send us an email or call us. - Don't forget, some antique knives may be valuable, we will deliver these to an auction house where they will be sold responsibly.
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