Brazilian police arrested a teenager wearing a Nazi armband on Monday who was allegedly attempting to attack a school with bombs.

The teen, who was arrested near São Paulo, was also carrying a hatchet, according to police. They filmed him taking the weapons out of a car parked beside the school. Law enforcement also confiscated an airlift gun and Nazi propaganda after a search of the suspect’s home, the Associated Press reported.

The incident occurred in Monte More, a municipality around 75 miles northwest of São Paulo.

After the teenager’s arrest, the Monte More government released a photo of him wearing a Nazi armband while he was being taken into custody.

The attempted school attack follows a similar plot in late November which was not foiled. In that instance, a former student in the small town of Aracruz in southeastern Brazil, who was wearing a swastika on his vest, used a semiautomatic pistol and a revolved to murder four people and injure 12 at two schools.

An investigation discovered that he had spent two years planning the mass shooting.