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World News – UK – The road reopens after Gwent police find suspected explosive devices

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Tudor Road in Cwmbran has now reopened after police found suspected explosive devices near the road.

The 100 m barrier has been removed and those who have been evacuated are now allowed to return to their premises.

Officials have closed Tudor Road in Cwmbran and evacuated companies in response to the find.

It is not assumed that the devices are live, but the disposal of explosives has been carried out as a precaution.

Gwent Police say the road will be closed « until further notice » and thanks the public for their patience.

A police spokesman said: « We closed Tudor Road in Cwmbran after suspected ordnance was found in a garage on police premises.

« There is a 100-meter cordon and shops nearby have been evacuated as a precaution.

« The suspect devices are not believed to be live and we are working with the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) as a precaution.

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Cwmbran, Tudor Road, Gwent Police

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