Police Raid Syrian Refugee's Home In Connection To London AttackJACOB BOJESSON
The Daily Caller
Sep. 17, 2017
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Police raided the home of a Syrian refugee Sunday in connection to Friday’s bombing on a London subway train that injured dozens.
Two men, aged 18 and 21, were arrested Saturday for alleged involvement in the attack. The 18-year-old man has been identified as an Iraqi refugee who arrived in the U.K. three years ago, the Evening Standard reported. The suspect lived at the home of Ron and Penelope Jones, who also served as foster parents for the Syrian refugee.
Yahyah Farroukh moved to the U.K. from Damascus and is believed to be in his early 20s, The Telegraph reports. Police have not revealed what any of the detained individuals are suspected of.
Counter-terror police raided the foster parents’ home Saturday in Sunbury-on-Thames. The couple was honored by Queen Elizabeth in 2009 after taking hundreds of refugees over the years.