Thursday, 8 January 2015
One of the Suspects in Yesterday's Terrorist Attack that Killed 12 people Surrenders to the French Police
The 18-year old among the three men sought by French police over Wednesday's shooting attack at satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo which left twelve people including two policemen dead has handed himself voluntarily to police in northeastern France, according to an anonymous official at the Paris prosecutor's office said. The three suspects on the wanted list are French nationals, brothers Said Kouachi, born in 1980; Cherif Kouachi, born in 1982; and Hamyd Mourad born in 1996, the suspect had turned himself in at a police station in Charleville-Mézières, in northeastern France at around 2300 GMT. BFM TV.