Australian counter terror police arrested two 16-year-old boys in Sydney on Wednesday, with officers seizing two blades as they took the youngsters in for questioning.
New South Wales police issued a short explanation affirming the arrests in Bankstown, in Sydney's southwest, including that the pair was in custody. No charges have been recorded.
"Police can't discharge anything further as of now however there is no on-going risk in connection to this matter," the announcement said.
Reports said the boys, who were not named, were professedly conveying expansive blades.
Australian authorities say they have avoided 10 dread assaults on home soil in the previous two years, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull depicting the danger of a fear assault as "genuine".
The captures come weeks following a 22-year-old man, who police said was "motivated by" the purported ISIS assemble; cut a 59-year-old granddad out strolling in Sydney, abandoning him with genuine wounds.
Two days before the cutting, a young kid was accused of making dangers at the Sydney Opera House, with both episodes taking after an ISIS call to target prominent Australian destinations.