London terror attack: 'Significant arrests' made as raids continue (LIVE UPDATES) Live updates
24 March 201709:41 GMT
Three thousand five hundred witnesses have been contacted, according to police, including 1,000 on Westminster Bridge and 2,500 from Parliament.
- 09:22 GMT
Sixteen searches have been concluded with five continuing, according to police. The searches took place in the West Midlands and North West. Some 2,700 items have been seized including computer data.
- 09:19 GMT
Leslie Rhodes (75) was named by police as the fourth victim of the attack. From Streatham in South London, Rhodes died in hospital on Thursday night after life support was withdrawn as a result of injuries he sustained during the attack.
The three other victims of the attack were police officer Keith Palmer (48), teacher Aysha Frade (43) and US citizen Kurt Cochran (54).
- 08:31 GMT
Nine people are in custody following police raids in London and Birmingham, Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations Mark Rowley told reporters at a press conference this morning.
Rowley said police were trying to establish if the attacker acted alone.
He revealed the birth name of the attacker, Khalid Masood, as Adrian Russell Ajao.
- 08:29 GMT
The death toll from Wednesday’s attack in London stands at five after a fourth victim of attacker Khalid Masood, who also died, was confirmed late Thursday.
Police identified British-born Masood, 52, yesterday as the attacker. Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) claimed responsibility for the attack which left around 40 people injured.
23 March 201723:14 GMT
A US government source told Reuters that the Westminster attacker, Khalid Masood, associated with people who had an interest in joining jihadist groups abroad.
"The people he was hanging out with did include people suspected of having an interest in travelling to join jihadi groups overseas, but the attacker himself never did so," the unnamed source said.
- 21:46 GMT
Police say a man injured in Wednesday's Westminster terrorist attack has died. London’s Metropolitan police confirmed that a 75-year-old man died after his life support was withdrawn.
This brings to four the number of people who have died in the attack by Khalid Masood.
- 21:43 GMT
Westminster police have confirmed via Twitter that a package was found but said it “was not suspicious” and that all cordons are being lifted.
Unattended bag found Birdcage Walk/Horseguards was not suspicious. All cordons put in for safety being lifted. Thanks for your patience.— Westminster Police (@MPSWestminster) March 23, 2017
- 21:00 GMT
London police say they’re looking into a suspect package found near Buckingham Palace, which is located close to the scene of Wednesday’s terrorist attack in Westminster.