Friday, 16 February 2018 15:06

Fireworks Shells Cause Panic At Beetham Landfill

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It was a case of false alarms on Friday after social media reports and rumours circulated that a bomb was found at the Beetham Landfill.

However, when a combined force of the TTPS and members of the Defence Force swooped down on the scene, a lengthy and thorough search was done.

It was later revealed to the public that the so-called bomb was in fact fireworks shells.

Police are now trying to ascertain the source of the find but assure the public that contrary to what is being stated on various channels, no bomb was found.

The TTPS said the fireworks shells were taken to the Defence Force camp at Tucker Valley in Chaguaramas where they were eventually disposed of. 

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