17Th arrest made in Manchester terror attack probe

Aaron Brown
June 15, 2017

Police have arrested 18 people in connection with the investigation but six have since been released without charge.

A man has been arrested in connection with the May 22 bombing of Manchester Arena, which killed 22 people including seven children, making him the 17th person to be held in custody.

British police investigating last week's Manchester suicide bombing said on Friday they had evacuated an area in the city center after identifying a auto which could be "significant" to their inquiry.

Counter-terrorism police have said they believe Salman Abedi acted largely alone as he assembled the nail bomb, having initially feared the killer was helped by a network of accomplices.

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Salman Abedi has been named by police as the Manchester bomber.

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Police said officers were examining the link between the 24-year-old suspect and the Micra. He is believed to have visited Libya shortly before the attack, arriving back in the United Kingdom on 18 May.

The Duke of Cambridge also visited Manchester on Friday and met police officers and volunteers before paying a visit to Manchester Royal Infirmary to meet some of those injured in the attack.

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