Roads near UK's Parliament reopened after vehicle deemed 'non-suspicious': Met Police

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WATCH Roads near UK's Parliament reopened after vehicle deemed 'non-suspicious': Met Police

London’s Metropolitan Police have reopened roads near the United Kingdom's Houses of Parliament after an investigation concluded that a vehicle thought to be suspicious earlier on Saturday morning was not suspicious after all, according to authorities.

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"The incident in Victoria Embankment has now concluded. The vehicle has been deemed non-suspicious. All roads will now be reopened," Met Police tweeted on Saturday.

Earlier on Saturday, police had investigated reports of a vehicle near the top of Victoria Embankment, near Westminster.

"Police are on scene at Victoria Embankment following reports of a suspicious vehicle. Road closures are in place. Updates to follow," the Met police tweeted earlier in the day.

However, the incident was quickly investigated, then cleared.