Suspect faces allegations that include conspiring and soliciting to commit murder

A man has been arrested by officers investigating a series of letters calling for a “Punish a Muslim day”, police have said.

The 35-year-old from Lincoln was being held in a West Yorkshire police station on suspicion of conspiring and soliciting to commit murder, as well as sending a hoax noxious substance and threatening messages, after being arrested by officers from the north-east counter-terrorism policing unit.

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