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Police called to Victoria in World War Two bomb scare

A police cordon was put in place to allow the suspicious items to be assessed

Police assessed the items and established they were not suspicious(Image: Manchester Evening News)

Police were called out to the discovery of a suspected World War Two bomb on Thursday (July 20) in Victoria.

The force attended the scene in Greycoat Place at 3.52pm after workmen renovating in the area reported suspicious items.

A spokesman from the Metropolitan Police said: "Officers attended and a cordon was put in place to allow the items to be assessed.

"Enquiries established the items were not suspicious."

The police left the scene at 4.25pm.

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