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Navy spy sub drone washed up on beach

£200,000 UAV thought to have malfunctioned


A malfunctioned Navy spy sub drone has been found washed up on an Arran beach.

The sophisticated equipment, worth more than £200,000, was found lying on rocks by a couple out walking their dogs. Royal Navy chiefs have confirmed it was being tested for its potential military use and officers from the trials team, based at Portsmouth, has been sent to Arran to retreive it.

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