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Roads reopen after bomb disposal called to BAE Barrow

POLICE have confirmed that an item discovered at BAE has been identified as posing no risk to the public and all roads have been reopened.

Police were contacted at 12.37pm today (19th June) with a report of the discovery of a suspicious item.

A spokesman for Cumbria Police said: “Emergency services attended the incident, and EOD attended to evaluate the item. Investigations found the item posed no threat to the public and contained no explosive properties.

“All surrounding roads have been reopened.

“Police would like to thank the public for cooperation during the investigation.”

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