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Appeal posters have also been put up around London in the hope of tracking down other vital witnesses who have yet to contact police.
"Those who carried out the bombing are criminals. They do not represent any community, race or religion.
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POLICE hunting the missing members of the London terror bomb gang were leafleting commuters at bus, tube and railway stations across the capital today in the hope of uncovering key witnesses.
Neighbours of the killers in West Yorkshire have spoken of their shock and disbelief, as Christian and Muslim leaders came together in Leeds to condemn the bombings and call for calm.
It has also emerged that two of the bombers were cautioned by police for minor offences last year and it is understood that one of the gang was looked at, but not arrested, during a major anti terrorist operation in 2004.
School, in the Beeston area of Leeds, said staff and pupils were "extremely shocked".
The Mayor of Sunderland, Coun Bill Stephenson, then officially opened a book of condolence, with members of the public being invited to add their tributes.
Europe will fall silent for two minutes at noon today in a mark of respect for the 52 people so far known to have been killed and the 700 injured in the strikes.
He is reported to have previous involvement in terrorist operations and may have links with al Qaida followers in America.
Police are investigating the possibility that at least three of the bombers drove from their base in West Yorkshire to Luton, to travel together by train to the capital.
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The fifth man is thought to be the bomb maker or the orchestrator of the attacks, it is believed he is also a British Muslim with Pakistani heritage.
The event was open to the public and attended by representatives of faith communities, city dignitaries and the Mayor of Sunderland, Coun Bill Stephenson, who has sent an open letter of condolence to the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, on behalf of Wearsiders.
who is thought to have arrived in Britain last month and left the country just days before the attacks.
The book has been transferred to the city library and art gallery in Fawcett Street, where Wearsiders are invited to add their thoughts.
As police stepped up their search for witnesses, intensive efforts were under way behind the scenes to trace the missing members of the terror cell.
They are also searching for an Egyptian chemistry student who Omega Rose Gold Watches has gone missing from his home in Leeds.
The 15 minute service was led by Canon Stephen Taylor, of Sunderland Minster, and Buta Sangha, secretary of the Sikh Association, read a resolution passed by the association in relation to the bombings.
At noon, a nationwide two minute silence signalled by the firing of maroons from the roof of Sunderland Civic Centre was observed.
"Our act of remembrance is a chance for the whole community to come together to remember those killed and injured, to show their abhorrence of such acts of violence and to unite as one against them."
A commemoration service was taking place in Sunderland Minster at 11.45am a week to the day since the attack, which claimed the lives of more than 50 people and injured hundreds more.
Other books of condolence are available at the main libraries in Washington, Hetton, Houghton and Southwick and can be signed during normal library opening hours.
Today, colleagues at a primary school where one of the bombers worked spoke of their horror at discovering what he had done.
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Canon Taylor said: "Communities throughout Sunderland are united in condemning last week's bombing of innocent people in London.
There was another development last night when armed police raided an address in Buckinghamshire which is thought to be linked to a car used by the terrorists. Forensic experts were continuing to search the property today.
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Mohammad Sidique Khan, 30, the father of a young child, worked at the school between March 2001 and December 2004 as a learning mentor.
Last night's raids at a 1930s semi detached house in Northern Road, Aylesbury, come after the emergence of further details about the four suicide bombers and their seemingly ordinary lives.
"Only by standing together as a community can we hope to defeat such actions."
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