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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

London Bombers Identified

LEEDS, England -- New evidence suggests four suicide bombers, including at least three Britons of Pakistani descent, carried out the terror attacks in London, officials said. Closed-circuit surveillance cameras captured the men as they arrived at King's Cross station 20 minutes before the explosions began.

A Leeds city councilor told The Associated Press that at least three of the presumed suicide bombers were British citizens of Pakistani ancestry. News reports have identified the suspects as Shahzad Tanweer, a 22-year-old cricket-loving sports science graduate; Hasib Hussain, 19; and Mohammed Sidique Khan, the 30-year-old father of an 8-month-old baby. The British news agency Press Association, citing police sources, said Wednesday that police had identified the fourth suspect but no name had been reported. Police have not publicly confirmed the identities of any of the suspects.

Press Association said the men had driven a rental car to Luton, 50 kilometers north of London, and then boarded a commuter train to King's Cross station. Police closed Luton's train station Tuesday and carried out nine controlled explosions on a parked car, which the BBC said contained explosives.

Police raided six homes in Leeds on Tuesday, searching for evidence that would shed more light on what were believed to be the first suicide bombings in Western Europe. A man, identified by Press Association as a relative of one of the suspected bombers, was arrested.