Friday, 13 January 2012
Security Fears For Olympic Park As BOMB Is Smuggled On Site In Covert Security Tests
Security staff carrying out dummy runs for London 2012 have managed to smuggle at least one bomb into the site at Stratford, where the Olympic stadium, velodrome and pool are based.
A number of covert operations have been taking place and so far staff have achieved a 90 per cent success rate.
But the revelation that one operation failed has raised security fears.
It is thought the level of threat is so severe that all of the Army's explosive search dogs are likely to be involved in the operation.
The dogs are believed to be so crucial to the operation they will be recalled from duty, possibly leaving none in Afghanistan.
Currently there around 30 on active duty but they can only work for 30 to 40 minutes before becoming distracted or bored.
Thousands of troops will also be called in to assist police and private security firms to carry out searches on members of the public.
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