A bomb disposal team has been called to a car park in Matlock, Derbyshire, following the discovery of a mortar bomb.
Workers found the device in Cavendish Road at around 11:50 today whilst resurfacing the car park.
Officers have set up a 100 metre cordon around the area where the device was found.
Houses in the area have been evacuated.
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