A resident of Jawczyce near Krakow came across unexploded ordnance while walking in the forest. Four corroded bullets from World War II were secured by sappers.
On Tuesday (October 17), around 7 a.m., the police received a report about bullets found in the Biskupice commune near Krakow. A resident of Jaworzyce (Wieliczka poviat) most likely found unexploded ordnance while walking in a nearby forest.
Police: have been secured
“The police who went to the site confirmed the report. It turned out to be four corroded bullets, probably from World War II,” the Małopolska police said in a statement.
Uniformed officers from the Wieliczka police secured the unexploded bombs until the sappers arrived.
In a statement, the police appealed for caution and reminded that found unexploded ordnance should not be touched or attempted to be moved.
“If you find an object resembling an unexploded bomb, immediately inform the operator of the emergency telephone number 112. Protect the location of the discovery against access by unauthorized persons, move away to a safe distance and wait for the arrival of the services,” we read on the website of the Małopolska police.
Main photo source: Małopolska police