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A home in Sunbury-on-Thames raided by investigators in connection with the attack, which injured 30, is owned Penelope and Ronald, who both have MBEs after raising 268 foster children.Officers stormed the house on Cavendish Road at 2pm around six hours after apprehending the suspect in the departure lounge of the Port of Dover.Close friends of pensioners Penny and Ron Jones said the couple - who are widely respected in the local area - were at 'their end' with the teenager.Around 60 people were evacuated from near the house, where locals claimed 'explosives' were found in the garden.She described Mr and Mrs Jones as 'great pillars of the community', adding: 'They do a job that not many people do.'Ms Griffiths, 42, said the couple may not be able to return home for days as police continue to search their house.She said: 'I think they are actually staying with friends of theirs.'But I spoke to the police officer earlier and he said he doesn't think they will be going home until at least five days because of forensics.' Mojgan Jamali, who lives on the road where the house was raided this afternoon, said police gave her just 'one minute' to pack her bags, grab her children, and leave her home. There was a lot of rumours going on, a lot of stories, people saying this and that, but we didn't know.'Another neighbour, who did not wish to be named, told Mail Online police vehicles swooped on the street as she was making her way to a local Tesco store.
I asked what was going on and a neighbour told me it was a terrorist raid.'Everyone knows everyone round here.Pictured: The scene in Sudbury tonight At least eight of the Jones' foster children have been refugees, with some coming from Iraq, Eritrea, Syria, Albania and Afghanistan.The couple were honoured by the Queen in 2009 for their services to children and families Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said earlier: 'At approximately 7.50am local police officers in Kent arrested an 18-year-old man in the departures area of the port in Dover.'He was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism and transferred to custody in a police station in London.'Officers from Kent police had to partially evacuate the port of Dover at 11am this morning.After that Penny said she was going to have to stop caring for him, she couldn't handle him.'The revelation comes after President Donald Trump tweeted that the 'loser terrorist' behind the latest London attack was 'in the sights of Scotland Yard' - and heaps pressure on the force to reveal whether he was detained and why he was released.Police said they are 'keeping an open mind' on whether there was more than one person responsible for the Parsons Green bombing.