A neighbour of the Westminster attacker has said she "could not believe her eyes" when she realised the man responsible had lived next door to her.
Iwona Romek, who lived near Khalid Masood in Birmingham, said she was surprised and now scared after finding out she had been living so close to the attacker.
"I am very surprised, I cannot believe it," she said. "When I saw him, I couldn't even see that he could do something like this.
"Now I'm scared that someone like that was living close to me."
"I see pictures of him lying injured and from that picture I can see it's him."
Ms Romek added that she had seen the 52-year-old with a child, aged between five and six years old, and a partner but that they had moved away around two to three months ago.
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Anti-terror police have arrested eight people in the wake of the Westminster attack.
Several addresses were raided overnight, including a flat on Hagley Road in Birmingham. Mark Rowley, the Met's senior anti-terror officer, said he believed the attacker was working alone.
Director General of MI5 Andrew Parker also condemned the attack as "appalling and disgusting" and said the agency's operational response is "fully mobilised in support of the police".
A minute's silence was held nationwide at 9.33am, including in the Palace of Westminster and at New Scotland Yard, to commemorate the three innocent people who were killed.
The timing of the silence was chosen in honour of Pc Palmer's shoulder number - 933.
Flowers have been left at a Lincolnshire Police station in memory of the officer killed in Westminster terror attack.
Seven people have been arrested and six addresses raided in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in connection with the attack.
A bouquet was left at Holbeach Police station in memory of PC Keith Palmer.
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At total of eight people have now been arrested as part of the investigation into the Westminster terror attack, Scotland Yard said.
Raids took place across six properties in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in connection with the attack, Acting deputy commissioner Mark Rowley, the Met's top anti-terror officer, said this morning.