Royal Navy admits it may not find Second World War bomb lost on seabed





Royal Navy divers admit they may never find a 1,100lb Second World War bomb which they lost on the seabed.
Experts towed the device two miles offshore after it was washed up on a beach. But they lost its position when a marker buoy broke free and it was moved by tides.
The Navy said: "We're still committed to looking for it.
"But it might get to the stage where we have to see if it comes ashore again."

The German bomb was scooped up eight days ago by a digger driver working on £10million sea defences at Felixstowe, Suffolk.

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