A residential area of Northfleet has been sealed off this morning after a "suspicious package" was reported to police. It is understood the first report was made at around 8.30am today (September 21) in the Wallis Park area. An area from the bottom of College Road up to Wallis Park has been sealed off, and eyewitnesses reported a significant police presence in the area as of noon. Residents and businesses in the area have reportedly been evacuated as a precaution.
Emergency services are currently back on the scene of an incident in a residential street in Tunbridge Wells. Multiple police vehicles and one bomb disposal van are currently parked in Brokes Way in the High Brooms area while they respond to an incident at a property. Police and forensics first descended on the road on Monday afternoon, after emergency services were called to put out a chip pan fire and "suspicious property" was found at an address.
Kent Police has issued the first major update in an ongoing investigation after the bomb squad sealed up a residential road in Tunbridge Wells. Residents have been evacuated from parts of Brokes Way in the High Brooms area after "suspicious items" were found at an address following a fire. Police have now confirmed that a variety of chemicals were found at the address which are now being analysed by Kent Fire and Rescue Service and the Ministry of Defence.
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