Gunshots Fired At Petrol Station Where Charlie Hebdo Suspects Were Spotted
The manhunt for the gunmen who killed twelve people, including eight journalists and two policemen, in the horrific attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters yesterday is well underway.
French media confirmed that shots have been fired at a petrol station in the northern Aisne region this morning where two of the suspects are thought to have been located.
According to Agence France-Presse, two men fitting the profiles of brothers Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi were spotted this morning by the manager of a petrol station east of Paris.
Police released images of the two overnight, identified as the Kouachi brothers, who are suspected of the gun attack in Paris yesterday.
According to Sky News a third man, believed to be the brother-in-law of those still on the loose, handed himself in. He is named as Hamyd Hourad (18).
Last night the authorities raided an apartment in the city of Reims. Seven people were detained overnight.
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