Manchester Police make more arrests in connection to deadly attack
MANCHESTER — Police made several more arrests Wednesday in connection to a deadly attack at the local arena, CBS News is reporting.
Before the arrest, Ramadan Abedi told the news his son was innocent and had been planning a trip to Saudi Arabia for a pilgrimage.
Two of his other sons were also arrested by authorities.
Twenty-two people, including children, were killed and 64 others injured after the attack.
So far, only a several of the victims of the attack have been identified: Saffie Roussos, Lisa Lees, Jane Tweddle-Taylor, Martyn Hett, Olivia Campbell, Kelly Brewster, John Atkinson, Georgina Callander, Marcin Klis and Angelika Klis.
The youngest, Roussos, was only 8 years old.
The BBC said there are reports that some people are still missing.