Counter terrorism police raided the home of Sherif and Fatima Drameh, who were often visited by the London terrorist, Khalid Masood. The police were seen leaving the residence with computers and paper documents. This is the fourth raid carried out by the police since the attack in Westminster on Wednesday, where Masood killed four people and left at least 29 injured.

The investigation continues

Early in the morning, police officers were seen carrying out computers, CDs, and paper documents from the family home which is located in #Birmingham. The Drameh family was often visited by Masood, who would take their children to the mosque.

Earlier this month, it was discovered that the district of Birmingham had produced 26 of the country's 269 identified terrorists. However, the neighbors were surprised by the Police Raid. A neighbor who asked not to be named had the following to say: "I don't understand why the police would come here to speak to anyone. It's a very nice neighborhood where we might not know each other's names but we always smile and say hi to everyone." (Daily Mail).

Neighbors describe the family as friendly

The neighbors of the Drameh family only had the best to say when asked questions about the family. One of the residents, Jola Puziak, said: "They’re a very friendly family and we would always say hello and goodbye in passing.

Whenever he could smell me smoking in the garden he would tell me I must stop which never failed to make me laugh." Puziak added that he was the last person she would think of getting in trouble with the law.

Another neighbor added: "He was the friendliest neighbor you could imagine and clearly a devoted father, always taking them to after school activities." The neighbors recollected seeing Khalid Masood visiting the family and taking their children to the mosque, but never imagined he was capable of such atrocities. The Drameh family have not been seen since Thursday, and further investigation will show whether or not Sherif Drameh was involved in the attack somehow.