Two men from Scotland have been arrested in relation to terrorism offences after they were stopped in the port of Dover.
A 44-year-old from Glasgow and a 40-year-old from Clydebank were stopped while trying to leave the UK on Tuesday by counter terror officers, police said on Thursday.
After a search of the vehicle they were travelling in, the pair were arrested on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism.
Counter Terrorism Policing South East said a vehicle and several digital devices were seized.
Searches of properties in Glasgow and Clydebank in Scotland have taken place and both men have been bailed pending further inquiries.