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The mother of Westminster attacker, Khalid Masood, has spoken of her shock over her son's actions.
In a statement sent out by Dyfed-Powys Police on her behalf, Janet Ajao -who currently lives in Carmarthenshire - said she doesn't condone nor support the beliefs which led him to carry out the attack.
Khalid Masood, who was born Adrian Ajao, used a vehicle to mow down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge last Wednesday.
PC Keith Palmer also died during the attack.
A house in Carmarthenshire searched by detectives after the Westminster terror attack is understood to belong to the attacker's mother.
The rural property near the village of Trelech was searched yesterday.
One police van remains guard outside along with up to three officers.
Police visited the address, where Khalid Masood's mother lives, along with properties in Birmingham and London.
Dfyed-Powys Police said the occupants are not suspects and have not been arrested. They added that the search has now concluded and there is no threat to the area.
Police searching a property in Carmarthenshire in relation to yesterday's terror attack in Westminster say the search is over and no-one has been arrested.
Eight arrests have been made so far following searches in Birmingham and London.
Dyfed Powys Police say there is no threat within Carmarthenshire.
The Metropolitan Police have confirmed that officers are continuing to search a property in Carmarthenshire in relation to yesterday's terror attack in Westminster.
Police say eight arrests have been made following searches in Carmarthenshire, Birmingham and London.
South Wales Police say they will be reviewing their current security arrangements following the events of the Westminster terror attack.
AMs, Assembly staff and visitors have held a minute's silence in solidarity with MPs, who were also remembering those killed in the terrorist attack on Westminster.
It took place at 09:33, the same time as the minute's silence in the House of Commons. Meetings of Assembly committees were paused and the flags outside the Senedd lowered to half-mast.
Welsh MPs have paid tribute to an unarmed police officer who was among four people killed in a suspected terror attack in Westminster yesterday afternoon.
PC Keith Palmer, 48, was stabbed by a man armed with two large knives inside the grounds of the Houses of Parliament.
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A police presence remains at the rural Carmarthenshire home of terrorist Khalid Masood's mother on Friday evening.
Labour MP Chris Bryant described PC Palmer as 'our shield and defender yesterday.'