Six arrested for smuggling weapons to Islamists in Sweden

Six arrested for smuggling weapons to Islamists in Sweden
Police has found a number of military weapons - including grenades and automatic weapons.

Five people have been arrested in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and one person in Sweden, on suspicion of arms smuggling to radical Islamists in Sweden, says Bosnian authorities, according to TT.

The persons were arrested on Thursday in the towns of Gradiska and Laktasi of the Bosnian Serb Republic Republika Srpska, confirms the Interior Ministry.

One person was arrested in Sweden. Two persons are still at large, according to a statement from the ministry.

The arrests were made by the Bosnian Serb interior ministry special anti-terrorist unit.

The order came from the Bosnian Prosecutor.

Police has during several raids found large quantities of military weapons. Pictures of the seizures show automatic weapons, hand grenades and grenades, shown in the picture above.

The raids were part of an international police operation, which includes a Swedish cooperation with the Bosnian police. The operation is called the Wolf RS.

The Swedish Security Service or the police could not confirm the reports, writes TT.

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