Diss: Package at Post Office NOT Suspicious

Police can confirm the package discovered in the Royal Mail delivery office in Diss this morning is no longer being treated as suspicious

Explosive Ordnance Disposal officers from the MOD attended the scene and have confirmed the package is a genuine parcel. 

The exclusion zone has been lifted and nearby roads re-opened.

Police would like to thank members of the public for their assistance.

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Diss: Suspicious Package at Post Office

20th March 2012, 11:41

Norfolk police have sealed off the Post Office in Diss after a suspicious package was found.

Police were alerted shortly before 9.30am this morning Tuesday 20 March and the building on the market place is currently being evacuated as a precaution.

An exclusion zone has been put in place affecting nearby roads including Mere Street and St Nicholas Road.

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