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Man arrested on south coast of England in connection with Manchester bombing

Two more arrests overnight have brought the number of people taken into custody to 16.

Manchester Arena incident Police activity at a cordon in Moss Side, Manchester, yesterday Jonathan Brady Jonathan Brady

POLICE IN ENGLAND have arrested two more men overnight as investigations into the bombing of the Manchester Arena last Monday continue.

22 people lost their lives in the attack, carried out by Salman Abedi, with more than 60 injured.

A 19-year-old man was last night arrested at an address in Gorton in Manchester following searches there and in nearby Rusholme.

A further arrest of a 23-year-old man was subsequently made in the early hours at an address on the south coast of England, in the town of Shoreham-by-Sea.

The man is being held for terrorism offences, while a police presence remains in place at the address in the coastal town.

CCTV2 Shot of Salman Abedi taken from CCTV on the night he committed the attack

16 people have now been arrested since the bombing following an Ariana Grande concert last Monday evening, with 14 remaining in custody.

Further searches are likewise ongoing at properties at Whalley Range in Manchester and at a property in the city of Chester, some 45 miles further west. No arrests have been made at either of those addresses.

Manchester police yesterday released CCTV footage of 23-year-old Abedi prior to his detonating the bomb that devastated the foyer of the Manchester Arena, and gave details of the bomber’s final hours.

A flat at Granby House in Manchester centre is now believed to have been the final assembling place for the explosive device.

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