IDF mortar shells reportedly found in southern Lebanese town
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IDF mortar shells reportedly found in southern Lebanese town

Missiles have Hebrew writing on them, local news station reports

Adiv Sterman is a breaking news editor at The Times of Israel.

Illustrative photo of  mortar shells (photo credit: Tsafrir Abayov/Flash90)
Illustrative photo of mortar shells (photo credit: Tsafrir Abayov/Flash90)

A Lebanese army patrol claims it found seven IDF mortar shells as well as artillery projectiles Thursday near the town of al-Zrariyeh in southern Lebanon.

The shells were discovered in a black bag along the side of a road in the area, according to the report on Lebanese television.

Local Lebanese news station al-Mayadeen reported that the shells had Hebrew writing on them.

The Lebanese army ordered the area blocked off until further investigation.

In July, Lebanese authorities said they found an Israeli spying device near the town, which they then blew up.

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