This is one good thing about western countries.

Although you may steal or commit other crimes, you are highly unlikely to get away with it.

On Friday, a bomb attack occurred at an underground train in West London.

Police had described it as terror attack and swung into action immediately to fish out the perpetrators.

Barely 24 hours, they have made a breakthrough.

On Saturday afternoon, armed police arrested the 18-year-old man believed to have planted the bomb.

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One nearby resident told MailOnline that officers had found a bomb at the site in Sunbury-on-Thames after ‘around 60 people’ were evacuated from their homes.

Earlier today police apprehended a suspect in the ‘port area’ of Dover as it was thought he was attempting to flee the country.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd described the arrest as ‘very significant’, but added: ‘The operation is ongoing.’

The suspect was taken to a local police station and will be transferred to south London during the course of the day, officers said.

It comes after the Prime Minister, Theresa May last night announced Britain’s terror threat has been raised to its highest level amid fears the bombing could inspire copycat attacks.

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