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WWII bomb unearthed.

PARTS of Coventry city centre were cordoned off this afternoon after what was believed to be an unexploded World War II bomb was unearthed.

The device was discovered a building site behind the city's Belgrave Theatre, on Upper Well Street, at 11.30am today.

A number of roads were cordoned off and army bomb disposal experts were called in the examine the device.

A West Midlands Police spokesman said: "What was believed to be an unexploded World War II bomb was found on a construction site.

"Police have called the Explosives Ordinance Division who will be attending the scene."
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