Threat level lowered from critical to severe

Lester Mason
September 21, 2017

Police investigating the Parsons Green terrorist attack have arrested two more men.

Police have identified Syrian refugee, Yahyah Farroukh, 21, as a suspect behind the London Tube attack on Saturday.

The 25-year-old man was detained in Newport, Wales. Sunbury is where the first arrest of a so-far unnamed man, 18, occurred.

A second man has been arrested as part of the investigation into the attack. If you see something you are anxious about or know somebody you are anxious about don't hesitate, just ACT.

British officials have said there is scant evidence the group orchestrated those attacks, but those responsible might have been radicalized by IS online propaganda. We thought it was a drug raid, but the police would not tell us anything. They gave no details out. The police had then said that she was looking for potential accomplices.

Police have not released the names of either suspect.

Two other men have also been charged in connection to Friday's rush hour bombing at Parsons Green station and remain in police custody. The 18-year-old refugee, believed to be Iraqi, was a "problem" to and they had been contacting officials saying that they were unable to cope, it was said. Harvey described the teenager as unhappy.

Close friends of the Jones said the couple - who are widely respected in the local area - were at "their end" with the teenager.

Both suspects reportedly spent time in foster care in Surrey, with Ronald and Penelope Jones, who have fostered hundreds of children.

"This has come as a big shock to them".

British counterterror police arrested two more people Wednesday in relation to the London subway attack, bringing the number to five. "A significant amount of activity has taken place since the attack on Friday", Metropolitan Police Commander Dean Haydon said.

Footage obtained by broadcaster ITV shows a man near the Sunbury address Friday morning carrying a bag from Lidl supermarket.

The terror threat level in the United Kingdom was raised over the weekend after the bomb exploded.

She suggested that Trump's intervention was different to the U.S. intelligence leaks to the media after the Manchester bombing, which caused anger within the government.

The new funding, which is in addition to £707 million already announced to support counter terrorism policing in 2017/18, will be used to bolster protective security measures in crowded places.

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