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Dramatic moment Syrian refugee, 21, is pinned to a wall by police outside a takeaway as he becomes second man to be arrested over Parsons Green ‘bucket bomb’

Yahya Faroukh, whose home was raided by police, pictured at Brighton beach

  • Yahya Faroukh, 21, was taken into the home of Penelope and Ronald Jones in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey
  • He had been placed with the Joneses after reaching Britain in 2013 from Al Harah near Damascus, Syria
  • Police swooped on the foster carers’ house and a home opposite Heathrow airport where Faroukh lives
  • Footage shows him being restrained by officers after a minor struggle outside a chicken shop in Hounslow
  • The first suspect arrested, an 18-year-old, is also believed to have lived under Mr and Mrs Jones foster care
  • At least 30 people were injured in the Parsons Green bomb on the London Underground on Friday morning 
  • Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced yesterday that the terror threat level has been reduced to ‘severe’

 

This is the moment a Syrian refugee raised by a loving British foster family was pinned to a wall by police as he was arrested over the Parsons Green ‘bucket bomb’.

 

Yahya Faroukh, 21, was showered with love by Penelope and Ronald Jones at their property in Surrey, which is believed to have also been home to the first suspect to be arrested, an 18-year-old boy.

 

On Sunday police searched the Jones’ home along with an address at Heathrow that Faroukh moved to a few months ago, after he was arrested in west London.

 

Footage taken outside Aladdins chicken shop in Hounslow shows him being detained after a short struggle with counter-terrorism office.

 

A witness told the Sun: ‘The guy had just walked past the takeaway when three blokes and a woman came running past and he was rugby tackled to the floor.

 

‘My mates and I thought he was getting jumped. We were going to help him but they shouted ‘undercover police’ so we stepped back.’

 

He had been placed with the Joneses, who looked after children from war zones, after reaching Britain in 2013.

 

Soon he was posing for selfies in front of Big Ben and the London Eye.

 

Other pictures showed him puffing on a cigarette by Brighton pier, at a shopping centre and at the National Gallery in the capital.

 

The other suspect arrested, an 18-year-old Iraqi, is also believed to have come from the foster care of the Jones family.

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