08 July, 2017
Greater Manchester Police also said that they approached Salman's brother Hashem to get more information about the attack.
A home is now being searched as part of the investigation and the suspect is being quizzed by police.
"At it stands 23 people have now been arrested in connection with this investigation, of which two were quickly de-arrested, and 20 were released without charge", according to a police update Friday.
"We don't believe it's a large network, we do believe there may be other arrests in the future", Sky News quoted Russ Jackson, head of counter terrorism policing in the north west of England, as saying.
Suicide bomber Salman Abedi is believed to have worked with a network of people. We do believe further arrests are possible.
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Hashem was arrested in Libya shortly after the attack on 22 May, along with his and Salman's father, Ramadan.
In a chilling account of the hours prior to the attack, Jackson revealed that Abedi had spent several hours "milling around" the busy city centre before eventually deciding to detonate his bomb at the concert.
"We are now engaging with the Crown Prosecution Service and the Libyan authorities". They're working with the Libyan government to have Abedi's brother Hashem turned over as well.
The attack, which killed 22 people and left 250 injured, also damaged the venue's foyer area.
Mr Jackson said Salman Abedi travelled to Libya a number of times and they were investigating how he obtained the skills to make a bomb.