WHEATLAND (CBS13) — The Beale Air Force bomb squad was called out to Wheatland Thursday morning after a citizen found a WWII grenade in his yard.
Officials said the citizen took the grenade, which still had a fuse, to the Wheatland Police Department. Based on the “seriousness of the grenade,” police called out the Beale bomb squad, who detonated it at a safe place on base.
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Police warned the community to not touch or try to move any explosive you may come across. Instead, leave it be and call your local law enforcement agency.