The historic Maryknoll House in Stanley, where construction workers unearthed a cache of wartime grenades and ammunition. Photo: Winson Wong The historic Maryknoll House in Stanley, where construction workers unearthed a cache of wartime grenades and ammunition. Photo: Winson Wong
The historic Maryknoll House in Stanley, where construction workers unearthed a cache of wartime grenades and ammunition. Photo: Winson Wong

Cache of wartime grenades, ammunition unearthed at construction site near historic Hong Kong building

  • Workers find 20 hand grenades along with some 2,000 rounds of ammunition near the 85-year-old Maryknoll House, a former home to Catholic missionaries
  • Explosive ordnance disposal officers detonate the grenades at the scene, and remove the ammunition for further investigation

Topic |   Hong Kong police
The historic Maryknoll House in Stanley, where construction workers unearthed a cache of wartime grenades and ammunition. Photo: Winson Wong The historic Maryknoll House in Stanley, where construction workers unearthed a cache of wartime grenades and ammunition. Photo: Winson Wong
The historic Maryknoll House in Stanley, where construction workers unearthed a cache of wartime grenades and ammunition. Photo: Winson Wong
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