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2020-02-03 19:44:22资讯 996045

AntiA shipment of MoD-owned munitions - believed to be anti-tank mines - h

as been stolen from a freight train travelling from Cumbria to Oxfordshire. Ten packages, each containing four separate plastic cases, were reported missing around 7.30

am on Thursday morning when the train arrived at Didcot. Seven packages, described as rectangular tubes, were found near

a railway line in Warrington, Cheshire - but three are still missing. The packages were on the train when it left the MoD munitions site at Longtown in Cumbria at around 11.30am on Wednesday. The munitions were taken off the train when it

stopped in Warrington, and seven packages were discarded nearby. The North-West Counter Terrorism Unit is leading the investigation - but the incident is not

believed to be terrorism related. Assistant Chief Constable Terry Sweeney from North West Counter Terrorism Unit said: A number of enquiries are now being made by police officers into this theft, and our main priority is to safely recover the missing items. At this stage there is nothing to suggest the theft is terrorist-related, but due to the potential complexity of the investigation, our enquiries a

re being led by counter terrorism officers. We would like to appeal to any members of the public who may know the whereabouts of these items, or any persons involved in the theft of these items to contact the police immediately. I want to make it

clear that, in t

heir normal condition, these munitions are stable and do not pose a risk to the public. However, the materials could be hazardous if they

were to

be tampered with and we therefore ask that anyone who sees them or knows where they are to call the police as soon as possible. Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0161 856 1027 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.