Initial reports say a police raid in southern France has stopped an imminent terrorist attack by four suspects, including one young woman.

The four suspects were found with the same explosive material used in previous terror attacks tied to ISIS in Paris and Brussels.

A teenager girl, aged 16, had reportedly made jihadist posts on social media, declaring her intention to either travel to Syria or launch a terror attack inside France. If confirmed, the inclusion of an especially young woman in a terror plot fits a continuing trend of including female fighters in combat and jihadist attacks.

This trend was most notable inside the United States with the San Bernardino incident in 2015, when Tashfeen Malik joined her husband Syed Rizwan Farook in a coordinated shooting attack that left 16 people dead. While the investigation is still ongoing, many have suspected Malik as more than simply an accomplice, and possibly played a key role in the planning and execution of the attack.