posted on Jul, 12 2005 @ 05:30 AM
Investigators have raided 5 homes in Leeds today in connection with the London terrorist bombings. Leeds is 185 miles north of London. Metropolitan
Police Commissioner, Sir Ian Blair, confirmed that the raids were in connection to Thursday's attacks on three subway trains and a bus.
LONDON - Anti-terrorist police investigating the London bombings raided five residences in northern England Tuesday morning. No arrests were
News reports said the searches were concentrated on one street in Leeds, 185 miles north of London. Police would confirm only that the activity was in
West Yorkshire, the county Leeds is in.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair said the raids were connected to the massive investigation of Thursday's attacks on three subway trains
and a bus.
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Not surprised the investigation would travel north. The majority of the British muslim communities are further north than London. Birmingham and
Leeds were my first thoughts of where Islamic militants would spring from.