London Tube Bomb Attack Suspect Captured In CCTV Footage

New CCTV footage reveals the London Tube bomb suspect on his way to plant the device. He is dressed in grey and was carrying with him a Lidl carrier bag.

The bag is same that went off at the Parsons Green Underground tube station late last week and it appeared to have a bucket inside.

It is believed the man had passed the Ecco La Vera pizzeria on Vicarage Road in Sunbury-on-Thames just after 7 a.m. on Friday morning, about 80 minutes before the blast inside a tube train.

The blast had injured 29 people and since the attack the property in Sunbury-on-Thames had been raided by armed police randomly.

The blast had injured 29 people and since the attack the property in Sunbury-on-Thames had been raided by armed police randomly.

One of such raids was police stormed belonging of two foster carers as it was believed the suspected bomber use to live here.

In a video footage the officers are seen wearing bulletproof body-armor and saying “Armed police, open the door now.”

Penelope, 71, and Ronald Jones, 88, are the owner of the house and the two had earlier received MBEs for services to children and families. They had been foster parents for about 40 years and both together had taken up to 300 children.

It is believed one of the foster children of the couple is bombing suspect, 18.

It is learned the young attacker was an Iraqi orphan and had moved to Britain following the death of his brother. He was 15 then.

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