COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Denmark's intelligence service says three men have been arrested in the Danish capital in connection with a terror investigation, saying illegal fire arms were found.
The Danish Security and Intelligence Service, or PET, says the men were arrested Friday in two separate locations in Copenhagen.
PET says the men are a 22-year-old Jordan national, a 23-year-old Turkish man living in Denmark and a 21-year-old Danish national who lives in Egypt.
It says the men face preliminary charges of illegal arms possession, but suspects them of preparing a terror attack.
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