A new lockdown at the Kensington-on-Thames railway station is in place to protect commuters and visitors from potential attacks from a new terror threat.
The lockdown has been in place since Sunday night when a man drove a stolen car through the station’s main gate, causing heavy damage to the building.
The man is believed to have been on the run for some time.
Police have been investigating the attack and are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident to come forward.
They say a number of items were stolen from the station, including CCTV cameras and a large amount of money.
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