British police investigating the Manchester bombing fear the attacker, Salman Abedi, might have built a second device that is now in the hands of fellow jihadis, according to reports.
Officers who raided the family home discovered so much bomb-making material and other components that they are concerned that he could have built a second device (or more) and passed it on to other British-based extremists, according to a report in the Telegraph. A security source told the Telegraph: “The worry is there was enough to build two or three bombs and we can’t rule that out.” Abedi is believed to have built the bomb himself at a rented apartment over the weekend, having arrived back in Manchester from Libya on Thursday. Analysts say the use of two addresses is a classic tactic to avoid detection. Read more at THE DAILY TELEGRAPH.