Austrian authorities have seized a large cache of weapons and ammunition that were intended to be sold to far-right extremists in Germany.
Police raids in recent days led to the seizure of 70 automatic and semi-automatic firearms, more than 100,000 rounds of ammunition and explosives, officials said.
The main suspect is a 53-year-old Austrian, interior minister Karl Nehammer said.
Mr Nehammer said the police operations had uncovered “a network that shows links between the area of right-wing extremism and organised crime”.
He said that some of those belonged to “the neo-Nazi scene that have sadly also been known in Austria for a while”.
The firearms were allegedly bought with the proceeds from the sale of drugs.