[Ed. – Uh, yeah. That sounds like a “coordinated campaign.” In an exciting twist, the police are investigating an Irish connection. Back to the future?]
Parcel bombs have been discovered at Heathrow airport, London City airport and Waterloo railway station in what police believe is a coordinated campaign.
Counterterror officers are investigating the three devices following a series of evacuations on Tuesday.
Images the parcel bombs suggested they had been sent from the Republic of Ireland, with false sender’s addresses in Dublin written on the outside. …
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One of the packages was opened by office staff at Heathrow and burst into flames, but police said no one was injured.
Scotland Yard has not ruled out the existence of other bombs, and has issued advice to transport hubs across London “to be vigilant for and report suspicious packages to police”.