Turkey says 4 suspects confess to spying on behalf of Mossad - report
Turkish authorities claim the arrested individuals were working for Israel's secret intelligence agency and posing a family
Turkish authorities arrested four individuals suspected of being part of an espionage ring on behalf of Mossad, Israel's secret intelligence agency, as reported by Turkey's Anadolu Agency.
According to the report, the individuals were teamed up and posing as family which the Turkish authorities claimed were Israeli spies.
Part of the allegations leveled against the suspects included taking photos of "targets" and placing GPS tracking devices on vehicles, according to Anadolu Agency.
The Turkish prosecution said the four suspects confessed to their connection with Mossad, according to Daily Sabah, which alleged that one of the arrested was a "critical" figure in the intelligence ring.
Turkey regularly cracks down on suspects which the authorities claim to be Israeli spies working on behalf of the Mossad, one of the latest was reportedly a bodyguard for Hamas leader Khaled Mashal.