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Warwickshire family travelled 180 miles home from Wales with live WWII shell

WHEN a Studley teenager brought home a holiday souvenir from his trip to Wales he did not realise quite what he had dug up.

Liam Cooper, 13, who is a keen collector of military memorabilia, had been metal detecting in Tenby with his family when he found an unexploded military shell and a number of bullets.

He was pretty pleased with his finds and the family kept them in the caravan with them for the weekend before driving the three-and-a-half hour, 180-mile trip home to Studley where he put it in his bedroom.

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