According to BBC, two members of the public died after the attack.
Head of Britain’s counter-terrorism policing, Neil Basu told reporters that although the attack was declared as a ‘terrorist incident” the police are keeping an open mind on the possible motive.
The male suspect who was reportedly shot dead on London Bridge was wearing a ‘hoax explosive device,” Basu added.
Reacting, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that Basu had briefed him on the attack.
“This is an appalling incident and all my thoughts are with the victims and their families,” Johnson tweeted.
Basu had said that the police were called just before 2 pm (1400 GMT) “to a stabbing at a…