NEW YORK – Suspicious package reports forced an evacuation from the parts of a headquarters building of a Swiss Bank ‘Credit Suisse’ at New York on Wednesday (Dec. 14). The offices are located on Madison Avenue in Manhattan.
|Suspicious package found in Credit Suisse HQ in New York|
Reportedly, the packages were marked as suspicious after being X-rayed and police were informed immediately by the bank staff.
The NYPD says it is reacting to a report of two suspicious packages in the mailroom at offices of Credit Suisse bank.
A police spokesperson told that they had a report of suspicious package in the building so they were examining the mailroom and the questioned packages.
In the same kind of incident; the head of Deutsche Bank, Josef Ackermann, in Frankfurt was survived when a package containing explosives was intercepted before it reaches to Ackermann.