Cops have today carried out another raid in Moss Side and arrested a 14th terror suspect following Monday’s deadly terror attack in Manchester.
Locals described hearing an “explosion” as masked cops armed with assault rifles stormed a house in the area.
Photographs of cops and police sniffer dogs undertaking the raid have also been posted online.
It followed the arrest of a 25-year-old man in the Old Trafford area.
The raid occurred on Quantock Street, which is close to the bomber’s barber shop which cops raided on Friday morning.
One person wrote on Twitter: “Just heard a huge explosion in Manc, then 4 coppers have just screamed past with sirens blaring. Hope it’s not what I’m thinking #Manchester”.
Another wrote: “There was an explosion about half an hour ago on Selworthy Road, Moss Side. There is armed police and dogs surrounding the area”.
Police often use small explosives to blast their way into homes during raids.
A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said: “Today, Sunday 28 May 2017, officers investigating the attack at the Manchester Arena have executed a warrant at an address in Moss Side.