A Second man has been detained over last Friday’s bomb attack in Parsons Green underground station, injuring at least 30 people, police have said on Sunday.
The man thought to be 21-year-old from Hounslow, were arrested Saturday midnight, in a statement London Met Police said.
He was arrested over the British Terrorist Act and taken to the South London police station.
Also, earlier on Saturday, the first man connection with this attack was arrested in the port of Dover. The 18-year-old man was detained following a raid on a house in Sunbury, a little town outside of London.
The home-made bomb releases fire through a packed underground tube carriage at west London’s train station Parsons Green but it was failed to detonate completely.