Bomb disposal called out to ‘unexploded grenade’ in Leeds which turned out to be a toy
A bomb disposal team was called to reports of an unexploded grenade in Yeadon - but it turned up to be a toy.
West Yorkshire Police were called to Milner’s Road Waste Sorting site at 11am this morning.
-> Homemade shotgun fired in Leeds street during ‘harebrained’ revenge attackThe area was cordoned off while bomb disposal experts investigated the item.
But it turned out to be a toy.
The police cordon was lifted by 1pm.
Real unexploded smoke and hand grenades were found in a flat in Albert Square in Yeadon last month while it was being renovated.
-> Bomb squad called to Yeadon after builders find grenades in houseThe bomb disposal team attended but it was confirmed that the grenades were not live.