Iran security forces arrested a woman in northern Tehran for her involvement in several attempted bombings in the country's capital, local Press TV reported Sunday.
The woman, whose affiliation was not identified, was detained "while trying to leave a booby-trapped car in an uptown square ... on the northern edge of Tehran," said the report.
The report, however, did not reveal any further details about the incident.
In April, Iran's Intelligence Minister Gholam Hossein Mohseni Ejeie said Iran has arrested members of a terrorist network in Tehran who were linked to Israel.
The terrorists "linked to Zionist elements" were planning to carry out bombings in Tehran, Ejeie said, adding that they were intending to cause "disorder" and "insecurity" by launching successive explosions ahead of the presidential elections slated for June 12.