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Scotland Yard says police have searched another property during the investigation into five suspected Islamist extremists.

The men - aged between 20 and 21 - have been in custody since Tuesday after counter-terror officers disrupted what was believed to be the early stages of what could have turned into a significant plot .

Detectives are continuing to question the suspects, all of whom are believed to have attended Westminster City School, near Victoria, as police chiefs issued a warning to officers to increase vigilance in the face of a heightened terror threat for officers.

National policing lead for counter-terrorism, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, said: The threat level to police officers and staff has been heightened, but we are used to confronting risk and danger, this is what we do on a daily basis, and we are well trained.

We are informing our officers and staff of the heightened risk and reminding them to remain vigilant and alert to any possible dangers.

Police arrested the five men after a series of dawn raids in central and west London on Tuesday morning.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said officers from the Met s Counter Terrorism Command had also executed a search warrant at a west London address on Thursday night.

He said: This was part of the ongoing investigation into the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism that saw five men arrested early this week. The search is now complete.

The men were arrested all under the Terrorism Act and a warrant of further detention was granted at a magistrates court on October 8. All are UK nationals.

They remain in custody at central London police station and the warrant for further detention has been granted until October 14.

Tarik Hassane, who lives in North Kensington, and Rawan Kheder, who lives in Chelsea, have been named locally as two of the men arrested.

Gusai Abuzeid and Yasir Mahmoud have been named in reports as two of the remaining three suspects. The fifth arrest was only revealed yesterday by Scotland Yard which initially chose not to release details for operational reasons .

At least one of the suspects is believed to have travelled to Syria and one line of inquiry is to establish any possible links with Islamic State (IS), the extremist group behind the beheading of British aid worker Alan Henning.

Kheder, of Kurdish descent, lives with his mother and self-employed father in a flat in Chelsea and is believed to be a student at London s Metropolitan University.

His neighbour, Nacer Dahmas, said he had known the suspected extremist since he was a child and described him as a good boy, educated in Britain , adding that Kheder would often assist with his disabilities.

My son told me this was about terrorism - in my opinion, this is a mistake. He is a good, kind boy. I was very surprised, he said.

The front door to Kheder s home, which has hanging baskets and pot plants outside, is marked by two round dents, showing apparent signs of forced entry. Two-bedroom flats in the same block have been put up for sale at £825,000.

Mr Dahmas, a 58-year-old British Algerian, said he was awoken at 4.30am on Tuesday by loud noises and shouting outside his flat.

It took me a while to get to the window but I saw several police cars and vans outside. Several officers then entered the building and I could hear them above me, he said.

In a conversation on social networking site Ask.fm, Tarik Hassane from Ladbroke claimed to be studying medicine in Sudan after failing to get the grades needed for an offer to study at King s College London. He enrolled last year on a course at the University of Medical Sciences and Technology in Khartoum.

Counter-terror police were granted a custody extension earlier this week to hold the men until October 14. Under terrorism laws, police officers can hold the men for questioning for up to 14 days.

The arrests come less than five weeks after the national terror threat level in the UK was raised from substantial to severe, meaning a terrorist attack is highly likely . This assessment is separate from the evaluation concerning police officers.

The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) raised the level against a backdrop of increasing concerns over hundreds of aspiring British jihadis travelling to Iraq and Syria to learn terrorist tradecraft .

Fears heightened after IS posted a series of videos online showing the separate murders of US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff and two British aid workers, David Haines and most recently Mr Henning.

Footage claiming to show Mr Henning s murder appeared on the internet last Friday, just days after the UK joined US-led air strikes against the terrorists in Iraq.

In addition, an apparent IS fighter with a British accent appeared unmasked in another film encouraging brothers in Western countries to rise up and commit acts of terror in their home countries.

IS, led by fanatic Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has taken over large swathes of Iraq and Syria and attracted thousands of foreign jihadists to its cause, including around more than 500 Britons.


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