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Chatham man arrested by police probing bomb threat at Wrexham Covid vaccine factory

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Police have detained a person after a suspicious package deal used to be sent to a coronavirus vaccine manufacturing web site.

All staff had to be evacuated from the Wockhardt website online in Wrexham, North Wales, on Wednesday even as the package deal used to be investigated.

the global pharmaceutical and biotechnology company provides fill-and-end products and services for the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine – the overall level of putting the vaccine into vials.

Manufacturing ground to a halt for hours at the same time as police and the military investigated the suspicious package deal, although it is understood the manufacturing schedule was no longer affected.

On Thursday afternoon, Kent Police announced that they’d arrested a person on suspicion of sending the programs.

The 53-year-old, from Chatham, is still in custody.

As a part of ongoing inquiries, police carried out warrants at addresses in Luton Road and Chatham Hill in the Medway the city on Thursday morning.

Police stated there’s “no evidence” to indicate there may be an ongoing threat.

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