Police appointed Salman Abedi, 22, as a suspected man to have led the biggest terrorist attack to hit the UK in 12 years.
Abedi is expected to have died in the powerful explosion on Monday night, although it has not yet been formally identified by the coroner, CNN reports citing Manchester Terror Attack: The world condemns, in the event of the death of a man, Claim credit IS
At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Chief of Staff Ian Hopkins said the force was working to determine whether other people were also involved in the attack. , Attacks, reports CNN.
"The priority remains to establish whether it was acting alone or as part of a network," said Hopkins.
The suspected bombing was born in the United Kingdom
Salman Abedi was born and raised in the UK, according to Prime Minister Theresa May, but was originally from Libya.
Abedi looked like a lonely child, who stood to himself, according to longtime family friend Akram Ben Ramadan, a British Libyan who had known Abedi and his Brother, Ismael, since the Abedis were children.
Ramadan, who had not yet seen Abedi in recent years, had noticed that Abedi had begun to dress "Islamically" in a long dress, and That it was a beard.
Members of the Libyan community of Manchester declared that CNN Abedi's father returned to Libya at the time of the revolution in 2011, while his mother stayed in England to care for the children.
She has returned to Libya in recent months, Ramadan said. There were four children in the family, including Abedi – three boys and one girl.
Abedi was a student at the University of Salford, the third largest university in Manchester, where he studied business and management during the academic year 2015-2016. He was enrolled for a second year, but had not attended classes, nor had he been active in school life, according to those who knew him.
Abedi, was not living on campus in Salford and lived in South Manchester, a region popular with young people and students. Source: CNN [