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The Metropolitan Police have made three further arrests in London in connection to the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
They were arrested by detectives from the Counter Terrorism Command and supported by specialist firearms officers between 1800hrs and 1830hrs on Saturday, under suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder.
All three men were taken to a south London police station. Two of the men, aged 24 [F] and 28 [G], were arrested at an address in south east London.
A 21-year-old man [H] was also arrested in the same part of London. A TASER was used on 'G' and 'H', but they did not require hospital treatment.
Cleveland Police have urged the public not to approach a sex offender with a history of violence who has failed to register with the authorities.
Police said Geoffrey Mark Ball, 41, is wanted for breach of the notification requirements under the Sexual Offences Act 2003.
Unkempt Ball, who is 5ft 10in tall, of proportionate build and with short black hair, was last seen in a Redcar pub a week ago.
He was convicted of indecently assaulting a woman in 1989 and received six months in custody.
He was then jailed for five weeks in 2010 for sexual assault on an adult female and placed on the Sex Offenders Register until 2017 for this offence.
The public was warned not to approach him as he also has convictions for violence, including a conviction for GBH in 2006, for which he was jailed for four years.
He is known to be a regular user of social media sites and seeks to make contact with people on them.
A police spokeswoman said: "He is also previously known to frequent betting shops and pubs in the Redcar area, and anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact police immediately on 999."
Newcastle Area Commander Chief Superintendent Gary Calvert, Northumbria Police.
Donations to the JustGiving page linked to the RIP Woolwich Soldier Facebook tribute page topped the £100,000 mark tonight.
More than £18,000 has now been raised on the official Help for Heroes JustGiving page.
Sources have told ITV News that one of the Woolwich suspects, Michael Adebolajo, was detained in Kenya in 2010.
A photo from the Kenyan press from the same year shows a man believed to be the suspect after he was detained with others in the country on the way to Somalia, the authorities claim.
UK sources confirmed he was stopped trying to travel to Somalia.
People close to the suspect have told ITV News he was tortured while in Kenya and this torture left him a changed man.