Nottingham shopping center evacuated due to security alert

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May 29, 2016 15:21

 
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A shopping center in Nottingham, England was evacuated Sunday afternoon after authorities said they found a suspicious item on the premises, according to internet publication The Independent.

This is the second evacuation of a public space in the UK  this month, with the first coming in the form of a bomb scare at a soccer stadium on May 15.

Manchester United, England's most decorated soccer club, called off their final match of the Premier League season after a suspicious package was found in the north-west corner of Old Trafford minutes before kickoff.


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