An accused Islamic State supporter has been arrested in Sydney in anti-terror raids as police made a concerning finding.
An accused Islamic State supporter who was allegedly found with recipes for explosives in Sydney has been arrested in anti-terror raids.
The 24-year-old man was arrested in raids carried out at properties at Chester Hill and Sefton on Friday.
Police claim his online behaviour had been escalating and he had collected a large amount of extremist material.
It’s alleged he was also found with several improvised explosive recipes.
The Australian Federal Police and NSW Police will hold a press conference about the arrest on Saturday morning.
More to come.