Paris shootings live: Female police officer killed - and latest news from Charlie Hebdo manhunt

Live updates from the day after the Charlie Hebdo shooting

Roisin O'Connor,Ben Tufft
Thursday 08 January 2015 11:13 GMT
French police assist a woman after a shooting in the street of Montrouge
French police assist a woman after a shooting in the street of Montrouge
  • A mass search is still underway for those suspected to be responsible for the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which left 12 people dead focusing on villages to the north-east of Paris
  • The two key suspects thought to be the Charlie Hebdo gunmen are reported to have been located in northern France on the RN2 in a grey Renault Clio with covered number plates
  • The suspects were named as Chérif Kouachi, 32, and his brother Said, 34
  • A large police presence has been noticed in Crépy-en-Valois, in Oise. Operations are underway. The manhunt is also taking place in other small villages around north east Paris such as Longpont and Corcy, in Picardie
  • Nine individuals have so far been detained as part of the investigation
  • Thousands rallied at the Place de Republique in Paris and the lights of the Eiffel tower were dimmed to honour those killed
  • This morning a policewoman died after a new shooting took place in southern Paris, in an unrelated incident, according to the interior minister
  • A lawyer of Charlie Hebdo has told Le Monde that a million copies of next week's issue will be circulated on Wednesday. The magazine's typical circulation is around 45,000, with a print run of around 60,000
Police search for the suspects in the shooting attack at Charlie Hebdo to the north-east of Paris

Pictured is a map of the current areas of interest involving the Charlie Hebdo attack and the hunt for the suspects

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