The British police said it has arrested two more people over Wednesday’s terror attack in London.
Counter-terrorism commander, Mark Rowley said a total of 9 people are in custody over the attack.
“We have made two further significant arrests overnight,” he said.
Rowley said police carried out searches, seizing 2,700 items including “massive amounts of computer data” and were attempting to work out whether others had “encouraged, supported or directed him”.
“There might be people out there who did have concerns about Masood but did not feel comfortable for whatever reason in passing those concerns to us,” Rowley said.
He added that at least 50 people were injured when the attacker who has been identified as Khalid Masood drove through pedestrians on Westminster Bridge.
“A total of 31 people of 12 nationalities have been treated in hospital and one person has life-threatening injuries”, Rowley said.