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TalkTalk cyber attack police arrest second teenage boy in connection with alleged data theftPolice have arrested a second teenage boy in connection with the investigation into alleged data theft from TalkTalk. The communications giant was last week

forced to admit the personal details of four million existing and previous customers were at risk after their security systems were breached. Detectives from the Metropolitan Police C

yber Crime Unit (MPCCU) yesterday executed a search warrant at an address in Feltham. At the address, a 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences. He has now been bailed - we await confirmation of the bail date. A search of the residential address in Feltham has been completed. Officers have also searched a residential address in Liverpool. Enquiries by the MPCUU supported by officers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) continue. Detectives from the MPCCU continue to investigative and have launched a joint investi

gation with the PSNIs Cyber Crime Centre (CCC) and the NCA. Read More: Teen arrested over TalkTalk cyber attack wanted to be professional video gamer Cyber attack: Th

e TalkTalk hack was one of the bigges

t in UK history (Image: Reuters) A 15

-year-old boy from County Antrim, Northern Ireland, was arrested on Monday, 26 October, by officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), working with detectives from the Cyber Crime Unit on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences. He was taken into custody at a County Antrim police station and has since been bailed to a date in November. The boy dreamt of becoming a professional video gamer, it has emerged. Neighbours of

the teen who lives in Ballymena, Co Antrim said more about six police vehicles swooped on the family’s terraced property on Monday afternoon before carrying out a search of the home. One, who did not want to be named, said: “It is just

mad. I knew nothing about it until I came home and saw all the police just before 5pm. “They were wearing navy so they didn’t look like police you’d usually

see. “They were there for ages. They seemed to be giving the place a good going over. Then they left with bags of equipment.” Read more: Hackers stole 609,000 peoples personal details in the UK last year - many from Government compu

ters It is understood the youngster has been home-schooled in recent months after leaving a school. Eyewitnesses to the police swoop

said a number of items, believed to be computer equipment, were removed from the house. Locals said the schoolboy’s family, who can not be named for legal reasons, moved to the area recently. A group purporting to be Islamic jihadists living in Russia has previously claimed res

ponsibility for the hack before the teenager’s arrest. Family friends described the teenager as “quiet and shy”. They said he would often be seen with a skateboard and his young girlfriend. The 15-year-old was detained on Monday evening on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences. News of the arrest sent shockwaves throughout the working-class estate where the teen lives. Kathy Haveron, 39, lives on the same street as the boy’s family described his family as “good” and “kind”. “They are just a quiet family,” she

added.

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