Police have opened a counter-terror investigation after two improvised explosive devices were discovered in a northwest London flat.
Officers were called to the unoccupied address in Harlesden, which was in the process of being refurbished, on Wednesday morning.
As a precaution, the block of flats was evacuated and nearby roads were cordoned off while specialist officers assessed the two devices.
They found both to be improvised explosive devices. The bombs were “made safe” and taken away from the flat for forensic examinations.
Source: Sky News