TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iranian border police said on Saturday they had arrested an American woman on suspicion of spying, Iranian news agencies reported on Saturday, two days after state-run TV denied a similar story. The female American spy was arrested at the Jolfa border, the semi-official Fars news agency quoted Ahmad Geravand, deputy commander of state border police, as telling a news conference. Jolfa is on the border with Azerbaijan and also close to Armenian territory. Fars said she entered from Armenia. The ISNA news agency quoted Geravand as saying: We arrested a woman who was on a mission for the Americans to film the borders with equipment, so we arrested her at the Jolfa border and she was then handed to the intelligence ministry.