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Update on Sunday Moss Side raids

Raids were carried out in Moss Side on Sunday Credit: Manchester Evening News

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed that they carried out searches in Moss Side on Sunday 28th May.

During the search, three men were arrested on suspicion of offences contrary to the terrorism act but were soon after de-arrested.

This does not impact the total number of people arrested in connection with the investigation into the attack at Manchester arena.

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Bomb squad leaving Moss Side, cordon partially lifted

The bomb disposal squad have left the property in Moss Side where they have been in attendance today as part of the cordon is lifted Credit: Manchester Evening News

The bomb disposal squad have left the property in Moss Side where they have been in attendance today as part of the cordon is lifted.

Boscombe Street is still cordoned off as police continue to search a property.

Bomb squad called to Moss Side as evacuation is currently underway

The bomb squad have been called to a property in Moss Side Credit: Manchester Evening News

The bomb squad have been called to a property in Moss Side, Manchester, which is currently being searched by police.

Greater Manchester Police said that an evacuation is underway and a search is being carried out at a property on Boscombe Street.

It comes after police used a controlled explosion in a raid in Cheetham Hill overnight in which two men were arrested.

It is believed to be the latest development in the investigation after a bomb at Manchester Arena on Monday night, which killed 22 people.

Greater Manchester Police said that an evacuation is underway and a search is being carried out at a property on Boscombe Street Credit: Manchester Evening News

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Watch: Mother's plea for information leading to son's killer

The mother of a teenager killed in a park in Manchester say her family are still suffering everyday because his killer hasn't been caught.

Jessie James was just 15 when he was shot three times ten years ago today.

Detectives believe the community in Moss Side still hold vital information.

Greater Manchester police have increased their reward to 60 thousands pounds, one of the highest in their history.

Our correspondent Elaine Willcox, who's followed this story from the beginning, now reports:

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