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Car trunk sales enthusiasts are stunned when a bomb squad robot arrives to explode a suspicious baggage

More than they negotiated!Car trunk sales enthusiasts are stunned when a bomb squad robot arrives to explode a suspicious package that “looked like an IED” in a controlled explosion

  • Bomb Disposal Robot Explodes Suspicious Package for Sale of Mesham Car Boots
  • Car trunk sales in Leicestershire were forced to end in a package report
  • “The package resembles a homemade explosive device,” the organizer said on Facebook.
  • They write:

Car boot sales enthusiasts near the village of Leicestershire got more than they negotiated this morning when the bomb squad robot arrived to explode the alleged package in a controlled explosion.

Bosworth Road’s Misham Sunday car boots were forced to close by the Leicestershire Police at around 9:25 am today after suspicious luggage was found in the parking lot and placed in an “exclusion zone.”

The organizer of the car boots sale later said on Facebook that “a suspect’s luggage similar to a homemade explosive device was found in the parking lot” and that the bomb processing team “performed a controlled explosion.”

“It turned out to be a false alarm in the end,” the organizer told Facebook with 13,000 followers.

Car boot sales enthusiasts near the village of Leicestershire got more than they negotiated this morning when the bomb squad robot arrived to explode the alleged package in a controlled explosion.

Bosworth Road's Misham Sunday car boots were forced to close by the Leicestershire Police at around 9:25 am today after suspicious luggage was found in the parking lot and placed in an

Bosworth Road’s Misham Sunday car boots were forced to close by the Leicestershire Police at around 9:25 am today after suspicious luggage was found in the parking lot and placed in an “exclusion zone.”

One Panther (Johnny Hield from Burton) said he saw a bomb squad carry out an explosion. He said:’At first, as is often the case with car trunks, I thought it was just trash that was thrown away.

“Then, when the bomb squad appeared, it turned into distrust. But the police were great, incredibly thorough and professional. We heard a bang. [from the controlled explosion].. The police said they should be careful.

“They said it was a battery tied together with a wire. They evacuated all sellers, backed them up around 10:30 am and went out through another exit.

“I think there were people who were suspected of being hoaxes or were careless about garbage.”

North West Leicestershire Police said on Twitter: There is an exclusion zone. We thank you for your cooperation.

One Panther (Johnny Hield from Burton) said he saw a bomb squad carry out an explosion. He said:'At first, as is often the case with car trunks, I thought it was just trash that was thrown away. Then the bomb squad appeared and it turned into distrust.

One Panther (Johnny Hield from Burton) said he saw a bomb squad carry out an explosion. He said:’At first, as is often the case with car trunks, I thought it was just trash that was thrown away. Then the bomb squad appeared and it turned into distrust. “

The organizer of the car boots sale later said on Facebook that

The organizer of the car boots sale later said on Facebook that “a suspect’s luggage similar to a homemade explosive device was found in the parking lot” and that the bomb processing team “performed a controlled explosion.” “It turned out to be a false alarm in the end,” the organizer told Facebook with 13,000 followers.

“No one was injured.”

They later said:’The police case in Misham is now over without any problems. Anyone who leaves the car can return to retrieve the car. We thank the public for their help in resolving the case safely.

A Leicestershire police spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Police were called to the parking lot on Bosworth Road shortly after 9:25 am today (Sunday, July 25) due to concerns about luggage found near some vehicles.

‘The area was blocked and evacuated until the EOD arrived and the package exploded. Inspection confirmed that the luggage was not suspicious and that people were allowed to return to the area.

MailOnline has contacted Measham Car Boot for further comment.

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Car trunk sales enthusiasts are stunned when a bomb squad robot arrives to explode a suspicious baggage

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