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Terminal at Manchester Airport Closes, Suspicious White Powder Found

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BRITAIN --- A terminal at England’s Manchester Airport has been closed, according to the BBC, and a chemical alert was declared after security staff found a suspicious white powder in a piece of luggage.

The departure area of Terminal 3 was shut down after am unidentified man tried to carry the powder on to an aircraft.

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The man's flight schedule had him flying from Manchester to London. The man has not been arrested yet, and police say he is helping with inquiries. A police source said the incident was not believed to be terror-related at this time. But tests are being conducted on the powder.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: "Shortly before 1255 GMT police at Manchester Airport were called by security staff from the check-in desk at Terminal 3, who had discovered a non-identified white powder in a bag which a man was attempting to carry on to a plane.

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"Officers attended along with the fire service and they declared it a chemical incident. Tests are currently on-going to establish what the powder is.

"The check-in desk at Terminal 3 has been cordoned off and a man in his 20s is helping police with their inquiries at the airport."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/-/2/hi/uk_news/england/manchester/8476864.stm.