Alleged bomb sent to residential address in Cricklewood
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A man has been charged after an alleged bomb was sent to a home in Cricklewood.
Police were called shortly after 9.10am on September 10, after a resident received a “suspicious package,” which officers made safe.
The Met police teamed up with armed officers from Cambridge Constabulary to arrest a man in Cambridge on Saturday (September 12) at 9.15am.
Ovidijus Margelis, 26, of Cambridge was charged with seven offences yesterday (September 13).
These include three counts of attempting to cause an explosion, or making or keeping explosives with intent to endanger life or property, one count each of fraud by false representation, possession of articles for use in fraud and possession of a false identity document, and one count of criminal property contrary to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
He was remanded in custody to appear at West London Magistrates’ Court today.
Officers are currently searching two addresses in Cambridge.
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Scotland Yard said there is “no risk to the local community”.
Enquiries are ongoing.