NNA – The man suspected of carrying out the Finsbury Park mosque attack has been named locally as 47-year-old Darren Osborne.
The father-of-four from Cardiff was arrested for attempted murder at the scene and taken to a south London police station where he remains in custody.
A statement from the Metropolitan Police said he was subsequently arrested for a second time on suspicion of terrorism offences.
Mr Osborne is reported to have been living in Weston-super-Mare with his partner and children.
The attacker, who is believed to have acted alone, struck as the area was busy with worshippers attending Ramadan night prayers in north London.
Nine people were taken to hospital, with one since discharged, while two others were treated at the scene after the attack early on Monday morning.
All of the casualties were Muslims.
Earlier, the Met said it was carrying out searches at a residential address in the Cardiff area.
Police are at a property in Pentwyn, where Mr Osborne is listed as living, in connection with the attack.
Residents said they were “shocked” after seeing photographs of their neighbour being arrested in London.
Saleem Naema, 50, and his young son said the man pictured was their neighbour.
“I can’t believe it,” Mr Naema, a taxi driver, said.
“I know him. I’ve lived here for five years, he was already living here when I moved in.
“If I ever needed anything he would come. I am a Muslim.”–INDEPENDENT