Army bomb disposal teams have dealt with a World War Two device found in Lincolnshire woodland over the weekend.
Lincolnshire Police told motorists to avoid the Roughton Woods area near Woodhall Spa on Sunday, October 1 as emergency services were called to the scene.
Explosive ordnance disposal specialists from the army came to deal with the device.
A police spokesperson said that they were some sort of canisters.
Earlier this year, a number of bombs were found near Woodland Drive in the village, which thankfully turned out to be inactive.