A terrorist threat in Germany led to two train stations being evacuated on Thursday night.
“Due to serious evidence, the police in Munich are dealing with an active threat of a terror attack in the Munich area,” police said in a Facebook post asking people to avoid crowds. “Due to existing information which we take highly seriously, there is an attack planned tonight.”
UPDATED: 2 train stations evacuated after Munich police warn of an â€˜imminentâ€™ terror threat https://t.co/jdyl8f1BAh pic.twitter.com/l4z6OL8SEU
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) December 31, 2015
Around midnight, the police took to Twitter to reiterate their warnings:
Wir weisen ausdrÃ¼cklich noch einmal darauf hin, dass wir die Drohung nach wie vor sehr ernst nehmen! Bitte bleibt wachsam! #MÃ¼nchen
— Polizei MÃ¼nchen (@PolizeiMuenchen) December 31, 2015
The tweet translates to: “We expressly point out again that we take the threat very seriousy! Please stay vigilant! #Munich”
Terror threats by ISIS and other groups have caused many to rethink their New Year’s Eve plans around the world. On Wednesday, a fireworks display in Brussels, Belgium was also canceled due to fear of a terrorist attack. Several people were detained in suspected connection to the Belgium attack plot.