21 Jun '11, 12pm

War relic removed from site

War relic removed from site

SINGAPORE: After 25 hours since its discovery, a war relic, believed to be a bomb, was removed near a site where a furniture recycling plant is being built. This comes after the manager of the site was told on Monday by the police that authorities would not help get rid of the relic since it was found on private property. Channel NewsAsia understands the relic will be disposed of on Wednesday. After the landlord of the private property had difficulties getting specialist contractors to remove the relic, police said they informed the explosives disposal unit of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) to remove the relic. Police officers and the SAF experts arrived on Tuesday afternoon at the location in Sungei Kadut. They sealed up the area for three hours and discussed whether to remove or dismantle it on site. Shaped like a giant bullet, the relic is believed to weigh 160kg. Pol...

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