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The Parsons Green Tube train bomber has been identified using CCTV, security services have said, as the investigation into the attack was overshadowed by an extraordinary diplomatic row with Donald Trump.
Scotland Yard hasn’t named or released an image of Britain's most wanted man, but just hours following the rush hour blast this morning the US President said he was already in their 'sights'.
Officers are hunting for the terror suspect across London amid claims he could be armed and may have planted other explosive devices.
His crude bomb hidden in a builder's bucket could have killed dozens but failed to properly detonate and sent a 'wall of fire' through the carriage at Parsons Green injuring at least 29 people including a ten-year-old boy.
A timer is understood to have been found on the device, suggesting the terrorist had got off at an earlier stop.
Terrified passengers were seen covered in blood with scorched hands, legs, faces and hair – others suffered crush injuries during a 'human stampede' as they 'ran for their lives' in west London at 8.20am.
The US President tweeted after the attack that police should have been 'more proactive' because they knew who the 'loser' was - the Met hit back and said the President's comments were 'pure speculation' and Theresa May called his accusations 'not helpful'.
Washington and London found themselves at loggerheads following the Manchester Arena bombing in May when US officials named the suicide bomber as Salman Abedi when British police were tight-lipped.
After the Barcelona terror attack last month an image of the chief suspect emerged within three hours.
A photograph of the flaming white bucket taken just after it exploded around 8.20am shows a number of wires protruding out of the top and on to the train carriage floor
Photographs on social media show a bucket alight on the underground train and hidden inside a Lidl cool bag
The majority of victims suffered 'flash burns' including to their heads (pictured) and several have been taken to a specialist burns unit
A victim, believed to be a schoolchild, is carried from the station with charred legs (left) as others were treated for burns in the street and neighbouring shops (centre) and an 11-year-old who was found on the floor asking for his brother
A well-dressed young woman was walked to safety by a Met officer after having her head bandaged after suffering a burn or wound to her cheek
Firefighters from the London Fire Brigade raced to the scene in west London and were there within five minutes
This photograph captured the moment the first members of the emergency services raced to the scene withing five minutes of the explosion
Elite armed counter-terrorism police are at the scene amid reports of the suspect being on the run and claims of a second device
At least 20 people are believed to have been injured by the blast, many of whom suffered burns from the fireball that flew through the carriage (Peter Crowley pictured left today and right before the attack)
A traumatised and injured passenger on the ill-fated Parsons Green train is taken away by paramedics and firefighters
The majority of the victims have suffered 'flash burns' caused by the ignition - but it appears that the bomb did not properly detonate