A navy explosive machine discovered within the Sea Pines Resort on Hilton Head Island was destroyed by a U.S. Marine Corps workforce, in accordance with officers from Sea Pines and the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Workplace.
The machine was discovered round 10 a.m. Monday within the Sea Pines Forest Protect, a protected nature space situated within the northern half of the gated neighborhood. Sea Pines safety knowledgeable the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Workplace, who reached out to MCRD Parris Island.
Officers say the machine was often known as an “unexploded ordnance,” or an explosive weapon that didn’t explode and nonetheless posed a danger of detonation. In line with the FBI, ordinances can stay hidden for many years earlier than exploding with out discover.
The machine was safely destroyed by members of a Marine Corps Explosive Ordnance Disposal workforce, in accordance with Maj. Angela Viens, a spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Workplace.
Extra particulars on the particular nature of the machine, why it was in Sea Pines and the way lengthy it was there weren’t instantly out there. It is also not identified how the machine got here to the eye of authorities.
Philip Kulczewski, a spokesperson from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, couldn’t instantly be reached for remark.
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