Live ammunition has reportedly been pulled from the River Thames this morning - forcing Marlow Bridge to be shut. 

Police cordoned off the bridge to both vehicles and pedestrians while they worked at the scene. 

Marlow Town Council said "live ammunition" had been recovered. 

A Thames Valley Police spokesman confirmed that a member of the public pulled some "historic ordinance" from the river near the bridge.

A cordon was put in place and bomb disposal attended.

The device has now been "removed safely" and the cordon has been lifted.

The bridge has been reopened to traffic as of 10am. 

More information as we get it.