London underground station closed due to security alert over abandoned car

By REUTERS
July 25, 2016 10:56

 
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LONDON - London's Golders Green underground train station was closed on Monday while police investigated an abandoned vehicle outside.

A spokesman for Transport for London said the station, which is located in the heart of the city's Jewish community, was closed due to a security alert.



A London police spokesman said they had been alerted to an abandoned car near the station at 0700 GMT this morning. Police were trying to trace the owner and as a precaution they were looking for anything suspicious, the spokesman said.

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