Roads open after suspicious package alert in Guernsey

Guernsey's bomb squad have given the all-clear over a suspicious package alert at an HSBC branch.

The bank at Landes du Marche in the Vale was evacuated and 10 nearby residents taken to Shiloh church.

Officers were called to the branch just after 15:00 BST. A laptop bag found abandoned was X-rayed before being declared harmless, police said.

Police reopened the road from the Charuee to the Camp du Roi traffic lights at the junction with Longue Rue.

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