Two more arrests have been made as part of an ongoing police investigation into New IRA-linked fraud and money laundering activities.
The men, aged 24 and 52, were arrested Thursday by the PSNI’s Terrorism Investigation Unit, Ulysses said.
Both men have been arrested on suspicion of fraud and money laundering.
A 56-year-old man arrested Wednesday as part of the same investigation has been released on bail for further police inquiries.
Fraud and money laundering activities include “significant” money that is used to fund criminal activity linked to a rival terrorist group, police said.
Police conducted several search operations in Belfast and Company Antrim, recovering and confiscating suspected counterfeit cigarettes, small quantities of suspected Class A and Class B drugs and all amounts of cash.
Speaking Wednesday, Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Griffin said: “We will continue to use all the tools at our disposal to reduce the threat posed by violent controversial Republicans and to keep the New IRA informed. I would encourage anyone to contact the police. “