Manchester Police make more arrests in connection to deadly attack

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MANCHESTER — Police made several more arrests Wednesday in connection to a deadly attack at the local arena, CBS News is reporting.

According to the Associated Press, the father of the alleged Manchester bomber, Salman Abedi, was arrested in Tipoli.

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.

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