Roads reopen in heart of the City after ‘suspicious vehicle’ leads to police cordon

Monday 11 April 2022 3:33 pm

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A number of streets in the heart of the City have been reopened by police after being cornered off due to a “suspicious vehicle”.

The City of London Police said its “cordon in place around Nicholas Lane affecting the following roads: Gracechurch Street, Fenchurch Street, Lombard Street, King William Street” had been removed.

After telling people to avoid the area because officers were investigating “a suspicious vehicle”, it later announced they had concluded, and the cordon had been removed.

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Officers are currently investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle. We will provide further information here when available.

— City of London Police (@CityPolice) April 11, 2022

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