CALL 6: IMPD closely monitoring attacks in London; no known threat to Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's Homeland Security Division is closely monitoring the threat in London after multiple people were injured or killed in attacks on London Bridge and Borough Market

IMPD has been communicating with state and federal enforcement partners following the attacks in London. 

Police tell Call 6 Investigates' Paris Lewbel that there are currently no known threats to Indianapolis, but police will continue to monitor the situation overseas and the department is prepared to make changes to security as needed. 

London police say a vehicle reportedly ran down pedestrians on London Bridge, and there were reports of stabbing nearby. They have also responded to an incident in another area of London, Vauxhall.
 
 
The BBC says more than one person has been killed.
 
British Prime Minister Theresa May says an incident involving a vehicle and reported stabbing in London "is being treated as a potential act of terrorism."
 
May says it is a "fast-moving investigation" and her thoughts are with those caught up in the "dreadful events."
 
 

 

 

 

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