Vastavam web: British counter-terrorism police probing the arena suicide bombing in Manchester that killed 22 people today discovered a car in the city which they believe could be “significant” to the investigation.Greater Manchester Police said that officers have set up a cordon in the Devell Court area of Manchester while they assess the vehicle.”This is potentially a significant development in the investigation. The car has been located at Devell Court,” said Detective Chief Superintendent Russ Jackson.He also reiterated a police appeal for information to piece together the movements of 22-year-old suicide bomber Salman Abedi before he blew himself up at Manchester Arena on May 22, killing 22 people.
The discovery of the car came as two of Abedi’s cousins, Isaac and Abz Forjani, said they believe he was acting alone and not as part of any wide terror network.”I believe it was all done by one man, (who) developed some sort of thoughts in the past few years which he kept to himself, secretly to himself. He never shared it with any members of the family – if he would of, we could have done something to stop that happening. He never admitted extremist views There’s never been a hint of extremism,” said 21-year- old Abz Forjani.The brothers stressed they were “Mancunians”, or local Manchester natives, who held similar British values as others in the city.
“I really do feel for them. We went in, we could come out, we can try and move on with our lives. They’ve lost their loved ones,” he said.The two brothers, of Libyan descent, said they last saw Abedi three months before the attack, when he got his hair trimmed at Abz Forjani’s barber shop in Manchester.