Kent Police have detained a man from Chatham after a suspicious package was sent to a Covid-19 vaccine production factory in north Wales.
Yesterday morning, Wednesday 27th January 2021, the suspicious package is reported to have been received at the factory in Wrexham.
Earlier today, as part of ongoing enquiries, Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate carried out pre-planned warrants. These were at addresses in Luton Road and Chatham Hill, Chatham.
Kent Police said a 53-year-old man from Chatham has been arrested on suspicion of sending the package and remains in custody as enquiries continue.
Investigating officers confirmed that there is no evidence to suggest there is an ongoing threat.
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