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New Blue Activated Bomb Found in UK Mosque Today



Bomb Disposal Units Called to Wolverhampton Mosque -Area Evacuated after Reports a Device was Activated THREE WEEKS ago


  • Unknown device 'activated' on June 28 at Wolverhampton Central Mosque
  • Police only found out about it today and evacuated Mosque
By Daily Mail UK 16:52 ET, 18 July 2013


Bomb disposal units have been called in to search a mosque after police were told that a 'device' was activated three weeks ago.


Specialist officers were called in to inspect the unknown device, which was 'activated' on June 28 at Wolverhampton Central Mosque in Dunstall Road, Wolverhampton - but police only found out about it today.
Now the mosque has been evacuated and surrounding roads closed as police try to understand what the device is - and how to deactivate it.
The discovery came as a result from investigations about two separate attacks on other mosques.




The mosque has been evacuated and surrounding roads closed as police try to understand what the device is


They were unable to confirm what the device actually was.

A West Midlands Police spokesman said: 'Cordons are in place in Wolverhampton have been reduced with Five Ways island now at the centre of a 20m cordon and the following roads closed around it: Foxes Lane, Dunstall Avenue, Dunstall Hill, Dunstall Road, Waterloo Road, North Road.

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'The roads are closed as a result of urgent inquiries underway as part of the investigation into the attacks near mosques in Walsall and Tipton.

'Information has been received regarding a possible device activation on 28 June at Wolverhampton Central Mosque on Waterloo Road.
'This measure is in place to ensure the absolute safety and security of our communities.
'A number of specialist and local police officers are at the scene along with a military bomb disposal team.
'Searches and checks will take place throughout this evening. Updates will follow.
'West Midlands Police has increased visible patrols across the force area, including around mosques and religious premises following two recent explosions near to mosques in Walsall and Tipton.'
The investigation comes after detectives arrested two Eastern European men in connection with two separate bomb blasts during the last month.

The men are being questioned on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism following blasts near the Aisha Mosque and Islamic Centre in the Caldmore area of Walsall last month and the Tipton mosque last Friday.

Residents were evacuated after the blast, near the Kanzul Iman Masjid in Tipton, left nails and debris scattered outside.

No-one was injured but some minor damage to property was reported.


The bomb exploded just an hour after the funeral of Drummer Lee Rigby.*** (See Updated Link Below)

A small component part of the suspected nail bomb was found in a garden nearby and specialist

Army disposal officers were called to the scene to carry out a controlled explosion.

The blast came after more than 100 residents were evacuated from their homes in the Caldmore area of Walsall last month after an explosion near the Aisha Mosque.

No-one was hurt in that blast, which caused minimal damage to a wall near the mosque in Rutter Street on the evening of June 21.

Although residents in the area heard a loud bang at the time of the explosion, the incident was not reported to the police until the following day when parts of the small home-made device were found by a worshipper at the mosque, sparking a major operation involving Army bomb disposal experts.

A 75-year-old man had been arrested in connection with the attack, but he was subsequently released without charge.
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