Swedish Suicide Bomber's Property Searched
The British police have continued searching a house in Bedfordshire Monday as part of an investigation into the UK connections of the suicide bomber, who attempted a terror attack in the Swedish capital Stockholm Saturday.
A Swedish news agancy, TT, received an e-mail Saturday, which mentioned the Swedish troops in Afghanistan and the Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks, who depicted the Prophet Mohammed as having the body of a dog. It also contained sound files of a person speaking in Swedish and Arabic, making suicide bombing threats.
He has already been identified as the terror attack's perpetrator – a 29 year-old Swedish citizen born in Iraq.
Scotland Yard said no arrests had been made and no hazardous materials had been found at his property, the exact location of which has not been released.
Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly, a 29 year-old Iraqi-born Swede set off a car bomb in the Swedish capital before killing himself with a second bomb strapped to his body. He has received a BSc in sports therapy from the University of Bedfordshire in 2004. Al-Abdaly has lived in the Swedish town of Tran?s and had spent some time in Luton in recent years.
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