By Jake Ryan and Katie Hind for The Mail On Sunday and Nick Craven for MailOnline
Suspect Ali Harbi Ali lives on a popular north London street which is also home to food critic Giles Coren.
The tree-lined road, where the properties sell for around £ 2million, was also home to the late Only Fools And Horses actor Roger Lloyd Pack, who lived there for 27 years until his death in 2014.
Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer, who yesterday laid a wreath for Sir David Amess at the scene of his murder in Leigh-on-Sea, lives a few blocks away.
He is also the deputy for the region where Ali lives with his father in their apartment belonging to the municipality. The road, populated by Victorian terraced houses, is described as “alive” and “connected”. It is located in the London Borough of Camden.
The road in London’s Camden district has been bustling with police activity since Friday, when police arrived to search the property (pictured above)
Other prominent names with nearby addresses include former Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger and late Labor Minister Tessa Jowell.
A 1959 film titled Sapphire, about the murder of a young woman and revealing deep racial tensions in the capital, starring Fenella Fielding, is set in the streets.
He has been alive with police activity since Friday when police arrived to search the property.
The family rents the top two floors from the town hall, but an apartment on the ground floor is owned by an individual.
“We did not know of any father living there,” said a resident of the street.
“It’s a beautiful family as far as I’m concerned. A long time ago there was an incident involving one of the brothers and the police, but nothing recent.
“We saw the police there yesterday afternoon and they came and went on the property all day.
Residents reported seeing teams of officers, some wearing gloves, entering and leaving the house on Friday and yesterday (police outside Ali Harbi Ali’s home, pictured above)
Two police officers stood guard outside the Ali family’s £ 1.5million town council property on Saturday evening
“The officers searched the house very thoroughly and some of them also went to the back garden in case something was thrown out of the upper windows. “
The resident added, “We have been living on the streets for over 20 years and they have been here all this time since the boys were very young. “
Another resident said she did not see any armed officers involved in the raid and there did not appear to be any break-ins.
She said: “There were officers in forensic gear coming in and out all night. It’s a respectable neighborhood and you don’t see a lot of police activity on this street.
Victorian terraced houses on the street not far from Hampstead Heath fetch as much as £ 2.4million.
The tree-lined road was previously home to the late Only Fools And Horses actor Roger Lloyd Pack (pictured in 2001), who lived there for 27 years until his death in 2014.
The occupants of the road have organized a big summer street party for the past 20 years, described as “a welcoming and dynamic event bringing the whole community together to enjoy a day of wonderful activities, including a delicious homemade lunch. shared, children’s activities and a Ceilidh. ‘
Residents reported seeing teams of officers, some wearing gloves, entering and leaving the house on Friday and yesterday.
A neighbor, who declined to be named, said: “Police have been back and forth all day. I saw officers in unmarked vans with gloves on, guys in civilian clothes come in. They were parked along the road.
“I didn’t know the guy who lived there and never saw him. I can’t believe anyone on this road is linked to this horrific attack.