British police on Friday arrested three other people linked to Wednesday’s attack on London that killed five people.
The deadliest bomber in the UK since 12 years, known as Khalid Massoud, was killed in the British parliament square. He is also known as Adrian Mass and Adrian Russell Ego.
A picture of his face was posted on Friday afternoon, accompanied by a call from those who knew him to call the police.
British police counter-terrorism commander Mark Rowley said the police carried out “two important new arrests at night” and a third on Friday morning in Manchester. It involves two men and a woman.
In total, police arrested 11 people between the ages of 21 and 58 (seven men and four women), eight in Birmingham (center), two in Manchester (north) and one in London.
A woman was released on bail for 10 people to be detained on Friday afternoon and police said all were “arrested on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts