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    szdaily -> World -> 
    University,bank receive suspicious parcels
        2019-03-08  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    BUILDINGS at the University of Glasgow in Scotland were evacuated Wednesday as police examined a suspicious package found in the mailroom, a day after three London transport hubs received letter bombs.

    Police Scotland said officers examined packages discovered just before 11 a.m. at the university in Glasgow and at the Royal Bank of Scotland headquarters in Edinburgh.

    The force said the Edinburgh package was found to contain “promotional goods” and deemed no threat to the public.

    The University of Glasgow said several buildings on its campus, including the mailroom, had been evacuated “as a precautionary measure” and would remain closed all day, with classes canceled.

    Police were not linking the Glasgow package to three small explosive devices in plastic mailing bags that arrived at offices for two London airports and a train station Tuesday. One of the envelopes, sent to Heathrow Airport, partly caught fire but no one was injured.

    Counter-terrorism detectives are leading the investigation into the London letter bombs, but said Wednesday that they were “not investigating any other suspicious packages.”

    But Commander Clarke Jarrett from London’s Counter Terrorism Command said, “due to similarities in the package, its markings and the type of device that was recovered in Glasgow, we are treating it as being linked to the three packages we’re investigating in London.” The envelopes received in London appeared to carry Irish stamps, and Jarrett said one line of inquiry “is the possibility that the packages have come from Ireland.”(SD-Agencies)

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