[Ed. – This thing ain’t over yet.]
Witness reports from Europe state the suspects, Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, were holed up in L’Aisne, in north France, where they robbed a petrol station, stealing fuel and food.
The men escaped, and there are unconfirmed reports the gunmen are on their way back to Paris armed with two grenade launchers.
The suspects are armed and have been travelling in a Renault Clio, number plates covered, guns visible, wearing balaclavas.
AFP reports French investigators have found a dozen Molotov cocktails and two jihadist flags in the getaway car used in the massacre. …
Eighteen-year-old suspect Hamyd Mourad reportedly surrendered to police at 11pm Wednesday evening Paris time. But — according to official sources — police are still hunting for brothers Said Kouachi, 34, and Cherif Kouachi, 32, also suspected of carrying out the deadly attack.
It’s believed they have been cornered at a property in Reims, northeast of Paris, with one official, who wanted to remain anonymous, saying “there will be a showdown”.