Suspect item causes evacuation of St Albans Verulamium Museum

PUBLISHED: 15:01 13 November 2014 | UPDATED: 15:02 13 November 2014

The EOD team and police were called to Verulamium Museum today

The EOD team and police were called to Verulamium Museum today


Verulamium Museum was evacuated this morning (Thu) following fears that an explosive device had been brought in to the building.

Police were called to the museum at around 11.50 and contacted the army’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team.

The EOD team soon confirmed that the object posed no danger.

At around 12.30pm staff were told that the site was safe to return to.

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