Liverpool bomb: Four arrested in connection with attack released 2 months ago

Liverpool bomb: Four arrested in connection with attack released

They've also confirmed the street central to the investigation

Police investigating the bombing which occurred outside Liverpool Women's Hospital have confirmed that four men arrested have been released.


They also confirmed that Rutland Avenue is central to their investigations into the terror attack which occurred around 11am on Remembrance Sunday.

Assistant Chief Constable Russ Jackson, said: "Following interviews with the arrested men, we are satisfied with the accounts they have provided and they have been released from police custody.

"The investigation continues to move at a fast pace with investigative teams working throughout the night."

This news comes as the man killed in connection with the attack has been named as Emad al Swealmeen

Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Meeks from Greater Manchester Police said in a statement:"Our enquiries are very much ongoing but at this stage we strongly believe that the deceased is 32-year-old Emad al Swealmeen.

"Al Swealmeen is connected to both the Rutland Avenue and Sutcliffe Street addresses where searches are still ongoing.


"We believe he lived at the Sutcliffe Street address for some time and had recently rented the Rutland Avenue address.

"Our focus is the Rutland Avenue address where we have continued to recover significant items.

"We continue to appeal for any information about this incident and now that we have released his name any information that the public may have about al Swealmeen no matter how small may be of great assistance to us."

The UK's terror threat has been raised to severe following the incident.

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