Suspicious package at Credit Suisse in New York

December 14, 2011 18:52


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NEW YORK - Parts of the Credit Suisse headquarters in New York City were evacuated on Wednesday due to a suspicious package, police said.

"We have a report of a suspicious package in the building so we're investigating. We are evacuating at least part of (the building)," a police spokesman said.

Last week, an envelope containing explosives was sent to the head of Deutsche Bank, Josef Ackermann, in Frankfurt but it was intercepted before it reached him.

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