Greater Manchester Police released new CCTV images of suicide bomber Salman Abedi on Thursday night, asking the public for help in tracking his movements in the days leading up to the attack at Manchester Arena on May 22.
Latest update – Anyone with information should call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline in confidence on 0800 789321. pic.twitter.com/Tde39GyAmJ
— G M Police (@gmpolice) June 1, 2017
“We are still working to track the movements of Salman Abedi and have already released a number of images of him, in the hope that they will job people’s memories,” police said in an update.
Abedi left the country on April 15. Police know that Abedi purchased parts for the bomb after arriving back in the country on May 18, but are still trying to determine whether he had any bomb parts before left the country.
Officer raided an address in the Banff Road area of Rusholme earlier in the week following a public tip-off, but police are still not sure why Abedi went and who he spoke to leading up to the attack at Manchester Arena.
“You may think it’s insignificant, but it could be a key piece of information to assist us,” police wrote in a plea for information about his movements between May 18 and May 22.