Scottish police arrested a 39-year-old man on March 23 after the discovery of a suspicious package near Holyrood Palace, Elizabeth II’s official residence in Scotland. This suspicious package required the deployment of a demining team in the palace.
The Scottish Police spokesman explained in a statement: “We have been called Tuesday night around 8:50 pm (local and GMT) at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh following a report of a suspicious package. After reviewing the disposal of explosive ordnance (demining equipment), the neutralizedLike the tabloid of the Daily mail, “Men with long sticks were seen methodically raking the building’s yard and lawn” and “some officers were seen putting items in clear plastic bags.” A man was subsequently arrested, but “there was no threat to the public and the investigation continues “, specifies the police spokesman.
Isabel II He was not at Holyrood Palace when the demining team was called for the suspicious package. She is at Windsor Castle with her husband, Prince Philip, who was released from the hospital on March 16 after an infection and a heart procedure. The queen usually spends a week in Holyrood, at the beginning of each summer.