Second terror jihadi wave?
Hunt for Paris attack accomplices continues after reports French police chased ‘four heavily armed people in a Citroen that forced its way through a motorway toll road heading for Paris’
French police were said to be in pursuit of a Citroën Berlingo containing ‘four heavily armed people’ after it forced its way through a toll on the A10 in the Ablis area of Yvelines in north-west France. Pictured: Snipers on patrol in the French capital this morning following the string of deadly terror attacks last night which killed 129
- Police pursued a Citroen car containing ‘four heavily armed men’
- Car reportedly stormed through motorway toll road and is heading to Paris
- The country remains on high alert after a string of terror attacks last night
- At least 129 people were killed when gunmen and suicide bombers hit city
Police were today reportedly involved in a car chase after a vehicle containing four ‘heavily armed men’ stormed through a motorway toll road and headed towards Paris amid fears of further terror attacks.
French police were said to be in pursuit of a Citroën Berlingo after it forced its way through a toll on the A10 in the Ablis area of Yvelines in north-west France at lunchtime today.
The town is approximately 40 miles from the centre of Paris and the incident comes as police remain on high alert following a string of deadly terror attacks across the French capital last night.
Police also confirmed they are currently hunting a black Seat vehicle, registered abroad, which is ‘wanted in connection with the attacks’.
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