British authorities will reportedly stop sharing intelligence with the U.S. about the Manchester Arena bombing following a string of leaks to American media outlets, the BBC reported Thursday

The Manchester police hope the two-way information between the two countries can start up again soon, but they are currently “furious” about leaks that shared information about the crime scene and the bomber’s name, the British outlet reported.

Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said Thursday the leaked crime scene photos by The New York Times caused “understandable” distress and “upset” to the victims’ families .

The force conducting the investigation would typically pass along the collected information to National Counter-Terrorism. Five governments — the U.S., U.K. Australia, Canada and New Zealand — made an agreement known as “The Five Eyes” in 1946 to share intelligence following the end of World War II.

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