The ‘Charlie Hebdo’ tragedy has come to a bloody and horrific end, leaving four hostages and three suspects dead, CNN reports. French police stormed the grocery store and printing firm where the suspected terrorists held hostages at gunpoint.
After two intense standoffs between police and the gunman holed up in a Paris kosher market and a printing company, four innocent hostages and two of the main suspects in the Charlie Hebdo shooting are dead, multiple news sites are reporting. A third suspect who was wanted in the fatal shooting of a policewoman in a previous incident in Paris was also killed.
Paris Hostages Killed: 4 Dead After ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Suspects Standoff
Four innocent people were killed after being held hostage at a kosher grocery store in eastern Paris, CNN reports.
It’s unclear at this time how many hostages have survived. One hostage who was being held at the printing shop has been confirmed to be still alive, along with others who fled the grocery store, according to CNN.
A female suspect in the fatal police shooting on Jan. 8 is still on the run.
An official tells CNN that one of the Charlie Hebdo attack suspects trained with al Qaeda.
Three Suspects Killed After Horrific ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Attack
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, three suspects — brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, as well as Amedy Coulibay — in the horrific murders that left 12 dead, have been killed.
The brothers died after a standoff with police, three days after their brutal attack.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their loved ones during this tragic time.
— Tim Plant