The Chief Public Prosecutor's Office in the central province of Kayseri has issued a detention warrant for two individuals as part of an ongoing investigation into their alleged involvement with the ISIS.
According to authorities, the suspects are believed to have been actively associated with ISIS in Syria before being targeted in this operation.
In a well-coordinated effort, supported by special operations police, law enforcement teams successfully detained the two suspects within the central Kocasinan district.
Prior to their transfer to the police headquarters, the detained individuals underwent a thorough health check at the forensic medicine unit, ensuring their physical well-being.
This operation marks a crucial step in Türkiye's ongoing efforts to combat terrorism and maintain security within its borders.
Further details about the investigation and the suspects are expected to emerge as authorities continue their inquiries. (ILKHA)
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