Four men have been arrested in east London for allegedly preparing acts of terrorism, following a joint operation by Scotland Yard’s counter terrorism command and MI5.
The raids have been followed by searches at five homes and one business address, also in east London, with police confirming that the arrested were aged 18, 24, 25 and 27.
The Metropolitan police said: “These arrests were pre-planned as part of an ongoing investigation by the Met’s counter terrorism command and MI5. The arrests are linked to activity in the UK.”
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