13:03 28 May 2013
Following the tragic death of soldier Lee Rigby, who was murdered in a horrific attack in Woolwich on Wednesday, 22nd May, police have arrested a tenth person suspected of being linked to the case, it has emerged.
According to reports, a man aged 50 years old was arrested in south-east London on Monday, 27th May, 2013. He was arrested on suspicion of being linked to the case of Lee Rigby. As referred to by the BBC in one report, the male suspect was taken in by police while he was in Welling.
Also, reportedly police have said that a property was being searched in south-east London.
Following the tragic killing of Lee Rigby, where the soldier of 2nd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers was attacked with a machete, the two men who were shot by police were arrested.
These men have been named as Michael Adebolajo, aged 28, and Michael Adebowale, who is 22 years old, and it is believed they remain in custody in hospital.
Media reports have stated that a number of those arrested on suspicion of being connected to the case of Lee Rigby have been bailed.
The BBC said in one report that a total of five individuals were bailed out of the ten arrested.
Also, that two individuals have been released with no charge having been made.
The Telegraph stated in one report that on Monday, 27th May, police explained that three men arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the case have been bailed.
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