Police have released video footage showing a Nottinghamshire man convicted of supporting Islamic State terrorists in Syria walking through a shopping centre.
Adeel Ulhaq, 21, was sentenced for six years in jail on Wednesday after being found guilty of helping a teenager join ISIS.
Ulhaq, of Westbourne Road in Sutton-in-Ashfield, had been on trial at the Old Bailey with two others – Forhad Rahman, 21, and Kristen Brekke, 19 – over claims they had helped 18-year-old Aseel Muthana join the extremist fighters in the Middle East.
He was also found guilty of funding terrorism by making a money transfer to someone fighting in Syria.
Nottinghamshire Police released a video on Thursday showing Ulhaq walking through the Idlewells Shopping Centre in Sutton-in-Ashfield in the build-up to his arrest.
The CCTV footage shows him wearing a hooded top and visiting one store in the centre with an unidentified companion. Police say inside the outlet he transferred money to Syria.
He then strolls across to the Heron Foods grocery outlet.
Nottinghamshire Police and counter terrorism officers put him under surveillance and were later to discover the cash he sent from the Idelwells was going to IS jihadis.
source: Nottingham Post