BREAKING: Police arrest the British terrorist suspect on the entrance to the Channel Tunnel in Calais
Armed police arrested a 37-year-old British man on the entrance to the Channel Tunnel into Nice Britain who’s suspected of being an ISIS terrorist.
An arrest warrant was issued in opposition to him this morning when detectives continued to query him in custody.
He was arrested Wednesday within the UK management zone in Coquelles, France, as a part of a pre-planned operation by officers from the MPS Counter Terrorism Command.
A Met police spokesman confirmed: “He was arrested on suspicion of terrorist preparation and membership of a banned group and was detained below the powers of the police and legal investigators.
Vans arrive within the zone via a Eurotunnel channel tunnel in Coquelles, France
“Whereas he was in police custody, he was detained below the Terrorism Act 2000.”
The Met police refused to touch upon the identification of the person he lived with previous to his journey or the circumstances surrounding the arrest.
The officers had been capable of make the arrest after receiving data that their suspect could be on the location.
The counterterrorism authorities have beforehand raised considerations concerning the specter of British nationals making an attempt to return to the UK after combating in Syria.
The variety of Brits who had gone there was estimated at one level to be 1,500.