Manchester Police Searching for 2nd Missing Bomb

As the Manchester police continue to investigate the deadly bombing that took place as thousands were leaving the Ariana Grande concert, they say they have discovered evidence indicating that there was a second bomb, but they have no idea where it is. At his home, there were materials used in bomb making and authorities are certain that more bombs were made, possibly to be used by others.

Investigators have uncovered signs the suicide bomber at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester may have made a second explosive device that’s still missing, local media reported Friday.

The suspicion of a second bomb came after crews on Thursday uncovered a bomb-making workshop at Salman Abedi’s home, where they found used and unused containers of chemicals, according to local media. Abedi, 22, blew himself up at Manchester Arena as the concert was ending Monday night, killing 22 people and injuring 119 others. 

Greater Manchester police continued raids and searches throughout the city on Friday, arresting another 30-year-old man in connection with the attack. In total, 10 people were arrested, but a man and a woman were later released. Eight people remain in custody…

Many authorities in the UK and here in America believe that there will be Manchester type attack somewhere in the United States. Las Vegas has been mentioned by the media as a possible target, but there is nothing concrete to indicate it will happen. One thing is certain, in a world turned upside down by liberalism and socialism, radical Islamic terrorists will be around for some time to come.

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