Glasgow security alert: LIVE updates after suspect package found at Scottish university one day after London 'letter bombs'
Incidents come day after IEDs sent to London transport hubs
Police were not linking the Glasgow package to three small explosive devices in plastic mailing bags that arrived at offices for two London airports and a train station on Tuesday.
Counter-terrorism detectives are leading the investigation into the London letter bombs, but said that they were “not investigating any other suspicious packages.”
Commander Clarke Jarrett, head of the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command, said police had not received any further reports of devices, but had “issued extensive advice to transport hubs and mail sorting companies to be vigilant”.