Woolwich murder: East Midlands home searched

TV OUT.  INTERNET OUT. No cropping permitted. Picture must be credited to ITV. We are advised that videograbs should not be used more than 48 hours after the time of original transmission, without the consent of the copyright holder. Video grab taken from ITV News of a man holding weapons by the scene in John Wilson Street, Woolwich where a man was found murdered. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday May 22, 2013. A major police operation was launched today after two suspected terrorists murdered a man in the street in broad daylight. Eyewitnesses said the victim was hacked to death, with some suggesting his attackers tried to behead him, before charging at police when they arrived on the scene in Woolwich, south east London. See PA story POLICE Woolwich. Photo credit should read: ITV News/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This screengrab may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Re

TV OUT. INTERNET OUT. No cropping permitted. Picture must be credited to ITV. We are advised that videograbs should not be used more than 48 hours after the time of original transmission, without the consent of the copyright holder. Video grab taken from ITV News of a man holding weapons by the scene in John Wilson Street, Woolwich where a man was found murdered. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday May 22, 2013. A major police operation was launched today after two suspected terrorists murdered a man in the street in broad daylight. Eyewitnesses said the victim was hacked to death, with some suggesting his attackers tried to behead him, before charging at police when they arrived on the scene in Woolwich, south east London. See PA story POLICE Woolwich. Photo credit should read: ITV News/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This screengrab may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Re

Police have searched an East Midlands house thought to be the former home of a man suspected of killing a serving soldier in South-East London.

One of the two suspects is understood to be 28-year-old Michael Adebolajo – and a man with this name is registered as having lived at the address in Hotchkin Avenue, Saxilby, in 2003.

A police spokesman said: “Lincolnshire Police can confirm that the Metropolitan Police executed a search warrant under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (Pace) at an address in Lincolnshire.

 

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