Police make 17th arrest in Manchester bombing

"There remain a number of things that concern us about his behavior prior to the attack and those of his associates which we need to get to the bottom of", Greater Manchester Police spokesman Russ Jackson said in a statement.

A further six people who were arrested since the attack on 22 May have been released without charge.

Images and video posted to social media showed officers making the arrest, and cars being towed from the forecourt.

This latest arrest means an 11th suspect is now in custody, joining 10 other men aged between 18 and 44.

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The new arrest follows the evacuation Friday afternoon of an area in Rusholme after police identified a auto they said "may be significant to the investigation".

In this photo taken on Friday, June 2, 2017 provided by the Manchester Evening News, victim of the Manchester concert blast Lily Harrison hugs singer Ariana Grande during her visit to the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, in Manchester, England.

Grande is scheduled to perform a benefit concert in Manchester on Sunday night. He visited Libya before the attack, arriving back in the United Kingdom on May 18.

"After intensive searches of the whole festival area, the suspicions have not hardened into an acute threat situation", the organisers said on their Facebook page, adding that police had given a green light for the concert to go ahead.

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