Handguns, drones and cash were found in Istanbul nightclub shooter’s apartment after Turkish police captured him together with four others in the apartment on Monday night.

Turkey’s most wanted man, was hiding in apartment no. 36 on the fifth floor of a building in a local neighborhood.

Abdulgadir Masharipov, the shooter of the nightclub attack and allegedly a member of the terror group Islamic State was hiding from law enforcement with the help of four others.

After more than two weeks of an intensive manhunt, intelligence led Turkish police to this two-bedroom apartment.

Officials said four others were arrested with Masharipov, including an Iraqi man and three women of Egyptian and African origin, who are likely connected to a terrorist organization.

In addition to two handguns, two aerial drones and nearly 200,000 U.S. Dollars in cash, mobile phone Sim Cards were also among things seized in the apartment.