LONDON – The Ukrainian Embassy says its ambassador’s car was rammed twice while it was parked in front of the London embassy building. British police say they opened fire on the suspect’s car before detaining the alleged perpetrator.
The embassy says in a statement Saturday that no one on the embassy staff was injured and that a suspect was apprehended and taken to a British police station.
London police say the Saturday morning incident is not ongoing. The suspect has not been identified or charged. Police did not report any injuries to the suspect.
The embassy is located in Holland Park, west London.
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