A South Yorkshire terror suspect arrested over a bomb threat sent to a mosque is in police custody again this morning.
The 43-year-old, from Plymouth, was first arrested in August over a hand-written letter sent to the Jamia Mosque in Russell Street, Eastwood, on Monday, August 1.
He was later bailed pending further inquiries.
Today the North-East Counter Terrorism Unit, which covers South Yorkshire, said the same man has been arrested again on suspicion of further offences under the Malicious Communications Act.
Plymouth terrorism arrest and property search
A man has been arrested by counter-terrorism police on suspicion of sending malicious communications.
Specialist officers are also carrying out a search at an unspecified address in Plymouth.
The 43-year-old local man was also arrested in August by officers investigating a bomb threat received by a mosque in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
Following that arrest he was released on bail while further investigations were carried out.
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