Images of what is allegedly the explosive device used at the time of the explosion at a pop concert in Manchester, was published in the American media. British officials called the leaks during the investigation of the terrorist attack as "annoying".
On Wednesday, the national Council of the heads of the police in the UK warned that the diversion of potential evidence "undermine our investigation," the Minister of internal Affairs of great Britain of amber Rudd stated that it was clear that the leaks "should not happen again".
On Wednesday, the newspaper "new York times" published photos that show that it can be a detonator, battery, nuts and screws for shrapnel and fragments of the backpack used in the attack.
The incident, which occurred during the concert Ariana Grande in the heart of the city, claimed the lives of at least 22 people, including several children. Dozens were also injured in this incident.
Police warn of fraudulent fundraiser for the families of the victims and pointed the users of Twitter to legitimate JustGiving page.
Four men were arrested early Thursday morning, bringing the number who have been detained in connection with the bombing reached eight. Police said a woman arrested during a RAID in Blackley, Manchester, was released on Wednesday, late in the evening without charge.
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