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CCTV Used in Search for Terrorism Suspects
Appeal to public over four suspects

London Evening Standard | July 22, 2005

Police have released images of the four suspected suicide bombers who tried tobring more death and carnage to London on Thursday.


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It was unclear whether the man shot dead at 10am on Friday morning by plain-clothes firearms officers was one of those pictured.

But at least three of the men were still on the run as detectives feared they were bent on launching further attacks

Scotland Yard assistant commissioner Andy Hayman warned members of the public not to approach the men under any circumstances.

He said: "These are four men we urgently want to trace in connection with attempts to detonate four explosive devices on the transport system in central London.

"It's crucial that detectives are able to question them about Thursday's events at the Oval, Shepherd's Bush and Warren Street London Underground stations and a route 26 bus in Hackney Road.

"We have two requests. Firstly anyone who has information about where these men currently are, you should immediately called 999 and ask for urgent police response.

"The public are asked not to approach them."

He urged anyone who believed they knew the identities of the men or their whereabouts to call the anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321.

London was on a state of alert as there were security scares across the capital. Police raided an address in West Kilburn which was believed to be connected to one of the men but no one was arrested. Two further addresses were also being searched.


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