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>> British police have raided a take-away restaurant in west London in connection with Friday's bomb attack. A homemade explosive device was detonated on a packed commuter train at Parsons Green underground station. 30 people were injured as flames shot through the carriage, although the bomb apparently failed to detonate fully.
Local media showing CCTV footage of a man carrying a little supermarket bag that appears to match the one found at the scene. But there is no confirmation that he's the perpetrator. Two men have been arrested so far, an 18 year old in a departure lounge of Dover Port on Saturday followed by a 21 year old in a suburb of Hounslow just before midnight.
Police have also searched two other properties in connection with the attack. Local media say this home in the town of Sunbury, belongs to a couple who have fostered hundreds of children, including refugees. Adding that the owners, 88-year-old Ronald Jones and 71-year-old Penelope Jones, have been honored by the Queen for their work with children.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack, but the government said it has no evidence to suggest that yet. On Sunday, Britain lowered its national security threat to severe from critical.