Second Property Searched 'Linked to Refugee Foster Parents — Claim

Claudine Rigal
Septembre 19, 2017

Police had launched a manhunt after the device went off while the train was stopped at Parsons Green station in southwest London during the Friday morning rush hour.

"It feels very far away from the center", Kate Llewellen-Jones, who lives next to the Underground station, told the Post.

He said that will make it easy for police and security services to determine what chemicals and methods were used to make the bomb. "We have no evidence to suggest that yet".

An 18-year-old man was arrested by Kent Police on terrorism charges. He will be transferred to a south London police station "in due course", the statement said.

As he was about to shut the doors to depart, he noticed on the in-cab CCTV that a lot of passengers were running out of the rear car.

Officials in the UK have lowered the country's terrorism threat level following Friday's bombing of a London Underground station in Parsons Green.

Speaking from 10 Downing street British PM Theresa May said the threat had been raised from 'severe' to 'critical', meaning a further attack is expected imminently. The London Ambulance service said it transported 18 people to the hospital, but none of the injuries are serious or life-threatening. "Once this is done a detailed search will take place", Basu said.

A local official said the second suspect had also been fostered by the Joneses. The public should remain vigilant, she said.

"Police have asked for authorisation from the Secretary of State for defence to enact the first phase of Operation Temperer, a well-established plan to provide military support to the police", she said.

Video footage on YouTube purportedly taken in the aftermath of the explosion shows a white bucket containing a small fire within an open bag.

The New York Police Department says it's moved extra officers, bomb-detection dogs and heavy weapons teams into the city's transit system as a precaution following the subway bombing.

Police are searching a property in Surrey this afternoon that police described as directly linked to the arrest in Dover. "As London has proven, again and again, we will never be intimidated or defeated by terrorism".

They went back and forth and kept calming the crowd, to walk orderly out of the station. "If you see something suspicious, don't delay".

Police were continuing Monday to search their house in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey, on the outskirts of west London, PA reported. "Everyone shouting and screaming".

However, the stairs were so busy and people were being trampled on by those pushing from behind to exit the platform.

Another source briefed by investigators told CNN that an initial assessment of the device indicates it is "highly likely" to have contained the explosive TATP but that this has not been confirmed. Although we are pleased with the progress made, this investigation continues and the threat level remains at critical.

His comments followed controversy over tweets he posted earlier in the day in which he railed against "loser terrorists" and suggested that the perpetrator was known to UK authorities and recruited on the Internet. The analysis includes security services, police, and government agencies.

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