A force made up of US and coalition forces has reportedly captured a man that is believed to be a senior leader of the Islamic State (ISIS) during a ground raid in northwestern Syria sometime between late Wednesday and early Thursday.

The statement issued by the Coalition forces claimed that the senior ISIS leader was an expert bomb maker and was one of the top leaders of ISIS in the terrorist group’s base in Syria. However, the officials announcing the capture did not clarify any further details about the individual, including the ISIS leader’s name and where the raid occurred. No civilians were reportedly harmed or killed during the raid.

However, a US official has told ABC News that the name of this ISIS leader was “Hani Ahmed al-Kurdi” and that he was an active senior member who planned ISIS operations. Al-Kurdi has since been named by other media outlets as the ISIS leader captured.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also reported that two helicopters landed near the village of al-Humaira, some 2.5 miles from the Turkish border, where gunshots were exchanged in northern Aleppo. However, we cannot confirm these details at this time.

“Coalition forces detained a senior Daesh leader during an operation in Syria June 16,” Operation Inherent Resolve stated through a release on their website. “The detained individual was assessed to be an experienced bomb maker and facilitator who became one of the group’s top leaders in Syria.”

“The mission was meticulously planned to minimize the risk of collateral damage, particularly any potential harm to civilians. There were no civilians harmed during the operation nor any damage to Coalition aircraft or assets,” they explained.

“Coalition forces will continue to hunt the remnants of Daesh wherever they hide to ensure their enduring defeat.”

The statement refers to ISIS as “Daesh.” As you may have noticed, throughout the years, the media has called this terrorist group many names, including “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant,” otherwise known as “ISIL” and the “Islamic State” or simply “IS.” Do not be confused, as they all refer to the same terrorist group.