Police have raced to Prince's Street to deal with a suspicious vehicle parked outside a busy station
Specialist police units from City of London Police were forced to deal with a suspicious car parked on Prince's Street near Bank Station.
The road was shut while officers tried to find out whether or not the vehicle poses a terrorist threat.
The street is opposite the Bank of England and located immediately outside Bank Station, which is one of London's busiest tube stops.
Prince's Street, opposite the Bank of England, is on lockdown
Bank Station was evacuated in December when a man with a knife was seen boarding a tube.
Armed police moved in to detain the suspect, but he was never captured.
A spokesman for City of London Police said the scene was now safe and the vehicle had been taken away.
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