Counter Terrorism Police Arrest Two In Luton

Two men have been arrested by the Counter Terrorism Command unit of the Metropolitan Police.

The men, said to be aged 37 and 61, were arrested in Luton on suspicion of supporting a banned organisation.

Police said the men are currently in custody and are being held at Bedfordshire police station.


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