ISIS suspect ‘claiming to be Syrian migrant’ poses with huge arsenal of weapons after slipping into Germany
The man was arrested alongside his wife after police claim he was trained in ISIS camps in Syria
A man has been arrested on suspicion of being an ISIS terrorist after entering Europe claiming to be a Syrian refugee.
The 34-year-old man was arrested at a refuge centre after police raided a number of locations in Germany this week.
Here, he is pictured surrounded by a cache of heavy weaponry including automatic rifles and grenades.
The picture shows the suspect knelt next to his haul of Ak47s , possibly loaded magazines, hand grenades, camouflage and protective gear.
He smirks as he holds a hand gun towards the camera.
Police believe the man, who hasn’t been identified, was planning to massacre civilians in Germany after receiving training from IS thugs in Syria.
The proposed attack comes as a top German spy warned ISIS was planting fighters disguised as refugees in Europe.
German cops in Attendorn said the man arrived in the country at the end of 2015, claiming to be fleeing the civil war.
It is now believe he is part of the terror cell. His wife, who has not been named, has also been taken into custody.
They were taken as 450 heavily-armed police stormed properties across the country on Thursday.
Another man was arrested for producing fake identity documents.
Intelligence agency BfV chief Hans-Georg
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