United Kingdom police locate potentially significant vehicle in Manchester bomb investigation

On Friday police located a white Nissan Micra in a auto park of a block of apartments in the Rusholme area of Manchester that they believe could point to Abedi’s whereabouts between May 18 and 22 in the lead-up to the bombing at the pop concert.

Police had earlier cordoned off an area around the auto near Rusholme Place, in the south of Manchester.

A man arrested in connection with the Manchester Arena attack has been released without charge, say police.

Police say they are very interested in the movements of the auto and who was in it over the past few months.

Police were also interested in “who may have had access to the auto or who may have gone to and from it”.

Police said the nearby Royal Manchester Infirmary remained open but Ronald McDonald House, which provides accommodation for families of patients at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, had been evacuated.

Police investigating the Manchester terrorist attack have found a vehicle which they believe might be “significant” to the inquiry.

The man, arrested on May 23, has been released without charge.

Grande returned to Britain on Friday ahead of the One Love Manchester concert on to benefit victims.

Abedi blew himself up in the attack at Manchester Arena and police have made a number of arrests as investigations continue.

Authorities said the cordon was a “precaution” and that people would temporarily be relocated.

Tasha Hough shared two more photos of Jaden, adding: “I think she’s a little star struck”.