Five people have been detained in Finland in connection with a suspected terrorist plot, police in the south-west of the country said on Friday.
According to police information, they formed a group of "far-right radical ideology" suspected of planning a terrorist act.
The firearms, cartridges and explosives were confiscated during searches conducted by police officers.
The suspects were taken into custody on Tuesday, the Southwest Finland Police Department wrote on Twitter. Investigators said there was no acute danger.
Polisinrättningen i Sydvästra Finland yrkar på häktning av 5 personer som misstänks för terroristbrott. Satakunta tingsrätt beslutar om häktningen idag. #lspoliisi arrangerar en presskonferens idag kl. 18. Inbjudan skickas till mediernas representanter. #polis— L-S poliisi (@L_S_poliisi) December 3, 2021
The suspects resided near Kankaanpaa in the region of Satakunta, which is about 250 kilometres north-west of Helsinki.
According to Finnish radio station Yle, they are native Finns, all men, born between 1995 and 1998. Several of them are said to have previous convictions.