BUCKINGHAM Palace suspect David Huber has been arrested by armed police after he allegedly threw shotgun shells into the grounds of the royal residence.
The 60-year-old canine breeder triggered a large safety alert and was arrested at 7pm on Tuesday.
WHO IS DAVID HUBER?
David Huber, 60, is a canine breeder from Cumbria.
He breeds Hungarian Vizlas in his secluded nation house overlooking the fells.
He went on a snowboarding vacation and is claimed to be single.
WHAT DID DAVID HUBER DO?
Huber allegedly threw shotgun shells into the grounds of Buckingham Palace, sparking a serious safety response at 7pm on Tuesday.
It occurred simply days earlier than King Charles’ coronation on Saturday.
And the king had solely left the palace a couple of minutes in the past.
Witnesses claimed they heard Huber shout “I’m going to kill the king” earlier than he was dragged away.
Huber was arrested on suspicion of possession of an assault weapon after he was searched and a knife was discovered.
Witnesses mentioned they noticed him throw a “variety of objects” on the premises earlier than police dragged him away.
Officers then carried out a managed blast close to the palace gates, which was heard by royal followers who have been organising camp alongside the Mall forward of the weekend.
WHAT WAS IN DAVID HUBER’S BACKPACK?
Pictures obtained by The Solar present the suspect’s bag and its contents scattered.
Inside have been two passports, a telephone, a pockets, keys, a big brown envelope, financial institution playing cards and a laptop computer case.
There gave the impression to be an image of a small little one and a e book, The Happiness Benefit, about utilizing constructive psychology to “enhance particular person efficiency.”