Roads have been re-opened after a terror alert at a mosque in Wolverhampton last night.
Army bomb disposal teams were called to Waterloo Road after it emerged an explosive device may have been left there.
Officers say it follows new information obtained as part of the investigation into explosions near mosques in Walsall and Tipton.
The mosque is still closed off.
Small Heath Highway &Talbot Way in B'ham are open as usual today following yesterday's closures as part of our counter terror investigation
Roads around Wolverhampton central mosque are open again following yesterday’s searches. Lane restrictions are in operation. Delays expected
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