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Stratford station reopened after “suspicious vehicle” found at Westfield shopping centre

PUBLISHED: 08:39 10 September 2018 | UPDATED: 08:51 10 September 2018

Stratford station was temporarily closed due to a security alert at Westfield Shopping Centre. Picture: Ken Mears

Stratford station was temporarily closed due to a security alert at Westfield Shopping Centre. Picture: Ken Mears

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Stratford station has reopened after a “suspicious vehicle” was found at Westfield shopping centre.

Police were called at 6.50am to a security alert at the centre near the railway.

Officers have dealt with the incident and the station is now reopen.

Trains may still be delayed for up to 10 minutes while services recover.

Westfield Avenue is shut from Monfitchet Road to International Way.

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