Packages with explosive devices found near two London airports and rail hub, investigators treating them as ‘linked series’

Three packages rigged as improvised explosive devices were found Tuesday near three of London’s major transportation hubs: Heathrow and London City airports and the city’s busiest rail station, Waterloo.

Officers discovered that the three postal bags were small IEDs, which appeared “capable of igniting an initially small fire when opened,” according to the Met Police Counter Terrorism Command.

Investigators said they are “treating the incidents as a linked series.”

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