ANTI-TERROR police were searching another house believed to be linked to the London bombing gang today.
Officers - some of whom were armed - swooped on the bay-fronted, 1930s semi-detached, in Northern Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, at around 7pm last night. No arrests were made and no explosive substances are believed to have been recovered.
It is thought the house may be connected to one of the cars recovered at Luton railway station. Police said forensic searches at the property could take "some time to complete".
A Thames Valley Police spokesman said last night: "We can confirm that officers from the Metropolitan Police Service anti-terrorist branch, supported by officers from Thames Valley Police, executed a search warrant issued under the Terrorism Act 2000 at a residential premise in Aylesbury.
"A detailed forensic examination is expected to be carried out and may take some time to complete.
"This is connection with the ongoing investigation into the terrorist attack in London on July 7. "There have been no arrests. Further information will be released as soon as possible."