YDNR - Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) Discovered at Grays Beach

Device returned to its proper agency of origin...
Here's something you don't find on the beach every day... (YDNR photo)

From the Yarmouth Division of Natural Resources:

Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) Discovered at Grays Beach

This past week Yarmouth Division of Natural Resources was alerted to the discovery of a UUV at Grays Beach.

Officers with YDNR were able to contact personnel with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Div. Newport a part of the Navy, and a private autonomous research and intelligence company to determine the origin of the UUV.

After a few phone calls the UUV was returned to the proper agency.

If you find anything suspicious at your beaches contact your local law enforcement agency and do not touch it.


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