The second possible suspect in the attack on passers-by outside the former building of the editorial office of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris has been detained, reports TP News with reference to Radio France Info.
The attack in the 11th district of the French capital became known on Friday afternoon. It was in the named location was the building of the editorial office, which moved from this place after the terrorist attack in the fall of 2015.
During the attack, several people were injured using cold weapons. Earlier it was reported that one of the alleged attackers was detained near the scene, near Bastille Square.
According to the radio station, a second possible attacker was detained near the Richard Lenoir subway station.
The Paris-based anti-terrorism prosecutor’s office opened an investigation into the “attempted murder” and “criminal terrorist community.