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 Wales Extremism and Counter Terrorism Unit (WECTU), supported by officers of Dyfed-Powys Police, have today provided assistance to The Metropolitan Police, following yesterday's incident in London.
In doing this, they have conducted a search of one property in Carmarthenshire – this search has concluded.
The occupants are receiving appropriate support. They are not suspects and have not been arrested.
There is no threat to the area and we are supporting the broader investigation by the MPS Counter Terrorism Command.
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.'
Rhondda MP Chris Bryant says security measures at the Palace of Westminster should be reviewed following yesterday's terror attack.