Last suspects of London terrorist attack released with no charge
The last suspects arrested over possible connection to the London Bridge terror attack have been released with no charge.
According to Scotland Yard, a 27-year-old man arrested in east London on June 9, a 28-year-old arrested in Barking on June10 and a 19-year-old man also arrested in Barking the following day were released.
All 17 others arrested during a probe into the deadly attack have already been released from custody, The Guardian reported.
Terror on and near the London Bridge left at least eight people dead and wounded almost 50 others on June 3.
Police officers stand by messages of solidarity written on post-it notes stuck to a wall at the southern end of London Bridge in London on June 8, 2017.
The three knife-wielding assailants drove a hired van into pedestrians on the bridge and stabbed others in Borough Market in an attack initially praised and subsequently claimed by the Daesh Takfiri group.
It took 11 days for the historic market to open again after the attack.
A minute’s silence for the victims was observed by traders, shoppers, police and political figures, who gathered at the site Wednesday for the reopening.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said there were “mixed feelings” at the market.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan (C) attends the re-opening of Borough Market in central London following the June 3 terror attack on June 14, 2017.
“Our thoughts are with those who lost their lives and were injured,” he said. “There are traders who lost business. Come to Borough Market, buy their things and support these traders.”
Donald Hyslop, the chair of trustees of Borough Market, also stated that, “It is essential for the well being of everyone associated with Borough Market that we return.