THE fourth London suicide bomber was today linked to Huddersfield.
The man is named as Lindsay Germaine, a Jamaican-born Briton.
He is said to have changed his name to Jamal when he converted to Islam, although the exact spelling of his name is not clear.
One newspaper report today quoted friends as saying he had lived in Huddersfield for some time.
Details emerged today as the death toll in the last Thursday's attacks rose to 54.
Jamal is reported to have worked as a carpet fitter.
Detectives believe he was responsible for the deadliest bomb, which claimed 26 lives on the Piccadilly line between King's Cross and Russell Square.
They have not confirmed his name publicly.
Jamal, believed to be in his late 20s, lived with his wife Samantha Lewthwaite, 21, in Aylesbury, Bucks. His rented home was raided on Wednesday night.
Samantha Jamal is also an Islamic convert who is said to be eight months pregnant with their second child.
They reportedly met in Luton, where two cars linked to the bombings were seized on Tuesday, and from where all four bombers set off on their mission on Thursday morning last week.
Joao Lima, 55, who lives two doors down from the Jamal house, said: "There is a European lady living at the house. She dresses in Islamic clothes."
A 32-year-old woman, living next door, said: "They are a black man and a woman in her 20s with a boy who's about 18 months old."
"They moved into the house about six months ago. They were just about to renew the contract, I think."
Her partner, a 39-year-old man, said: "There has been nothing to suggest anything odd was happening at their house. I'm still in shock."