London police blast open suspicious vehicle parked outside Israel embassy

British authorities find no suspicious items inside car.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 8, 2016 21:08
Tower Bridge and the River Thame, London

Tower Bridge and the River Thames, London. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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British police detonated a suspicious vehicle parked outside the entrance to the Israeli Embassy in London on Wednesday, the Foreign Ministry said.

According to initial investigations, police decided to blast open the car's windows after the unidentified vehicle was found parked outside the mission without an identifiable driver.

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The blast was conducted in order to allow authorities access to search the insides of the vehicle.

The British authorities did not find any suspicious items inside the car.

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