UK police arrest fifth man in neo-Nazi terror probe
British police have arrested a fifth man in connection with an investigation into a neo-Nazi terror group.
West Midlands Police on Friday said their officers detained a 24-year-old male on Thursday evening "on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism".
The arrest brings to five the number of people held in a probe which has already seen four ex-British military personnel detained earlier this week.
The four men, alleged to belong to a banned neo-Nazi group called National Action, were arrested in a "pre-planned and intelligence-led" operation, police said on Tuesday.
The fifth man was first detained on Tuesday by British military police in Cyprus, according to Friday's statement.
He has since been taken to a police station in the West Midlands, police confirmed.
Britain operates two military outposts -- called Sovereign Base Areas -- in Southern Cyprus at Akrotiri and Dhekelia.