There's a warning tonight of the vulnerabilty of the West Country's wildlife and coastline as the aftermath of the recent storms continues to be felt. Dorset's historic Chesil Beach is once again covered in litter and dead birds.
A few miles along the shore, coastguards and the police are guarding 14 million cigarettes that washed ashore in Devon yesterday.
Tonight, they've found another shipping container at sea.
ITV West Country's Environment Correspondent Duncan Sleightholme reports:-
Dorset Police are guarding a two mile stretch of Chesil Beach after thousands of packets of cigarettes washed up from a container ship
A shipping container carrying tonnes of cigarettes washed ashore at Axmouth, near Seaton.