Manchester Police Arrest Man As Part Of Concert Bombing Inquiry

Manchester Police Arrest Man As Part Of Concert Bombing Inquiry

Manchester Police Arrest Man As Part Of Concert Bombing Inquiry

British police are now hoping to speak to the terrorist's brother, Hashem Abedi, who was arrested in Tripoli with his father, Ramadan, following the attack and remains in custody in Libya.

Greater Manchester Police also said that they approached Salman's brother Hashem to get more information about the attack.

He said officers were "engaged" with the authorities in war-torn Libya where Abedi's brother, Hashem, is now being held.

We don't have evidence of a large network.

During the briefing on Thursday DCS Russ Jackson, head of north-west counter-terrorism policing, said that others were involved and there could still be further arrests. "We do however suspect others were either aware or complicit in the knowledge of this attack".

"We are examining all sorts of lines of inquiry and it is possible more arrests and searches will take place", he said.

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The attack, which killed 22 people and left 250 injured, also damaged the venue's foyer area. "This is a live criminal investigation where central to it are 22 murdered people with grieving families".

The suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, aged 22, was not part of a terror network, police said, but others may have known that he was going to launch an attack.

The bomb had a "devastating" impact and gouged out a section of the concrete floor of Manchester Arena in the heart of the city.

Abedi's older brother, Ismail, was among more than a dozen people held and questioned by police in the United Kingdom before being released without charge.

Police have found that Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was essentially financing his life with student loans, a recent report by The Sun details.

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