Syrian state-run TV released pictures on Thursday of the Israeli espionage equipment Damascus claimed to have found on Wednesday.
Authorities near the country’s coast were said to have found Israeli devices designed to photograph, register and transfer data, according to a brief report in the regime-run Syrian Arab News Agency.
The report added that the devices were found after “monitoring and investigations.”
Israel had no immediate response.
Israel has been accused in the past of planting listening devices in Lebanon.
The television footage aired on Thursday showed what looked like a camera and a satellite dish, and other objects that resembled rocks. Plastic boxes resembling batteries and cables were shown lined up in a room.
In January, Syria accused Israel of carrying out an air attack near Damascus in January. US officials said the target was a convoy of sophisticated Russian SA-17 anti-aircraft missiles. Damascus said a research center was hit.
Israel never confirmed having undertaken the operation.