Police suspect Manchester bomber 'did not act alone'

Police suspect Manchester bomber 'did not act alone'

Police suspect Manchester bomber 'did not act alone'

Now Greater Manchester Police hope to speak to Hashem as part of their investigation.

A 19-year-old man has been arrested arriving at Liverpool John Lennon Airport in connection with the Manchester Arena bombing.

The police added that they were also searching a property in the Manchester suburb of Fallowfield - about 35 miles east of the Liverpool airport.

Police said, as it stands, 23 people have been arrested in connection with the investigation, of which two were quickly de-arrested, and 20 were released without charge.

Chief Superintendent Russ Jackson said he believed others were either "aware or complicit" in the horrific attack, saying cops were still piecing together details about the bomber's background and beliefs.

Abedi had spent "several hours" in Manchester city centre with his rucksack bomb before heading for Manchester Arena, detonating the device as the concert ended and young fans streamed out.

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Salman Abedi, a Briton of Libyan heritage, detonated a homemade knapsack bomb as crowds were leaving Manchester Arena on May 22, killing 22 people and himself. "We do however believe further arrests are possible".

Officers are said to now be "engaged" with authorities in Libya where Salman's brother, Hashem, is being held.

We don't have evidence of a large network. It is understood the man arrested is not Abedi's brother.

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

The police have also said that calls Abedi made on the night of the attack are also being investigated. "We will continue to keep you informed as much as possible on our official re-opening date and up and coming show information".

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