Stolen rocket launchers 'hidden in Vic'
Federal police fear five stolen rocket launchers may have been hidden in Melbourne by a terrorist group.
An Australian Federal Police spokesman told Fairfax newspapers it was "common sense" to assume agents were in Victoria searching for the rocket launchers because the terrorist group had cells in Melbourne and Sydney's south-west.
Taha Abdul Rahman was arrested at a house in Leumeah, in Sydney's south-west, on Friday and charged with 17 offences over seven rocket launchers allegedly stolen from the Australian Defence Force.
Police say Abdul Rahman, 28, supplied five of the Light Anti-Armour Weapons to one of the men arrested in anti-terrorism raids in Sydney last November over a plot to blow up the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Lucas Heights nuclear reactor.