One of the men who appeared in an ISIS video speaking about life in Trinidad and Tobago has been captured fighting with ISIS in Syria.
Several international news agencies, including the BBC and New York Times named him as 35-year-old Zaid Abed al-Hamid.
The U.S-backed Syrian Democratic Forces confirmed the capture on Sunday.
Al-Hamid is believed to have had dual citizenship, as he spent several years living in the United States.
The New York Times reports that his name appears in a database of 130 Trinidadians who joined the Islamic State that is maintained by Simon Cottee, a senior lecturer in criminology at the University of Kent who tracks the group.
Cottee is working on a book about ISIS fighters from the Caribbean nation.