4 Sunningdale Grove, Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme. According to residents it is the home of Dr. Mohammed Asha. According to the electoral roll the house is owned by Weaver family. The son of landlady Wendy Weaver (who lives nearby) has told the media that Asha moved in 8 to 12 months ago. 43 Priam Close in the Bradwell area was also searched.
North Staffordshire Hospital, northwest England
British media report that on Monday 2nd July police searched Dr Mohammed Asha's office at the North Staffordshire Hospital.
Paisley Hospital, near Glasgow
From ABC's Nick Watt: on Monday, July 2, police cordoned off the staff accommodation block at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, which they had searched earlier in the day. They did not evacuate the hospital but stopped access for "operational" and not "safety" reasons.
Personnel from Explosives Ordnance Disposal -- otherwise known as the bomb squad -- have carried out several controlled explosions at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley. On Sunday, July 1, a car was found in the hospital parking lot that police believed was connected to the Glasgow attack. Police said there was no indication that it contained explosives but carried out a "controlled explosion" as a "precautionary measure." ABC's Matt McGarry was at the hospital and reported that there were actually several controlled explosions. Police didn't actually blow up the suspicious vehicle. They were most likely just small detonations designed to set off any larger suspected bomb which could be in the vehicle." On Monday 2nd July the access road to the Royal Alexandra Hospital was closed just before 3pm. A section of the main road outside the hospital was also shut off to traffic. ABC's Nick Watt reported that police confirmed three controlled explosions were carried out on another "suspect vehicle" parked at the hospital.