Raids continue as London Bridge attackers are named and police release all 12 people arrested in Barking

Two of the men shot dead by police following the attack on London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday are seen in this undated combination image of two photographs, received in London via the Metropolitan Police in London on June 5, 2017.
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LONDON – The Metropolitan Police released all 12 people, who were arrested Sunday during police raids on two addresses in Barking, east London, in connection to Saturday’s terrorist attacks without charge.

But investigations are still ongoing and the officers started to conduct a search at an address in Ilford, which is just a 10 minutes drive from Barking, on Tuesday morning. The Met says nobody has been arrested. This map shows the location of the raids in relation to central London:

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On Monday evening, authorities identified two of the three men behind the attacks on Saturday. They are named as Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane. The police still need to release the identity of the third attacker. Here is everything we know about them, so far.

The suspects hired a van and drove into pedestrians on London Bridge at around 10 p.m. local time on Saturday evening. They then abandoned the van and went on a stabbing spree in Borough Market.

Seven people were killed during the attacks and a further 48 were injured. 18 of those people are still in a critical condition.

The story is developing …