The coastguard in Watchet have urged people not to take home suspected wartime bombs they find.
Yesterday someone found a wartime ordnance on Kilve beach, on Exmoor, and took it home.
Police and the British Army Explosive's team ended-up being called to their house to check if it was safe.
A spokesperson later took to social media to say: "Please don’t remove suspicious items from the shoreline."
Last night the coastguard in Burnham also issued a warning - after a search for a missing child.
Police, lifeguards and beach wardens all helped look for the child yesterday - who was eventually found
Crews say 'inquisitive children' move quickly - and parents need to keep a close eye on them
Today colleagues from @ASPolice @ASPWSomerset @BritishArmy #EOD attended a local address where wartime ordnance had been found on #KilveBeach & taken to home address. please don’t remove suspicious items from the shoreline, dial 999 & inform #HMCoastguard @MCA_media pic.twitter.com/qiPSU0rm2A— Watchet Coastguard (@WatchetCRT) August 7, 2019