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Further detention warrant granted for Stratford woman

15:39 29 January 2014

The woman was arrested in Stratford on Sunday

The woman was arrested in Stratford on Sunday

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The woman arrested under anti-terrorism laws remains in detention while a property in Stratford is still being searched.

She was arrested on January 26 on suspicion of an offence under the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001.

A warrant for further detention of the 36-year-old was obtained yesterday at Westminster Magistrates Court to allow her to be kept in custody at an east London police station until this evening.

Searches of a property at Park Road started on at 4pm on Sunday and are still ongoing.

The search and arrest took place as part of an intelligence-led, pre-planned operation.

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