The Justice Department announced Friday night that it has indicted six people of Bosnian descent on charges of providing support to Syrian radicals with suspected ties to ISIS.

Investigative reporter Chuck Goudie of ABC7 in Chicago reports:

Among the items allegedly shipped by some of the defendants include firearms accessories, camouflage clothing and U.S. military uniforms, boots, rifle scopes, gloves and other combat gear.

Goods were allegedly shipped through the U.S. Postal Service to Istanbul, Turkey, and then smuggled into Syria-destined for radical Muslim fighters affiliated with ISIS.

The scheme did not involve plans to attack targets in the United States, federal agents said.