7.8 C
București
luni, 25 octombrie 2021 - 22:35

Six members of the terrorist cell which committed the attacks in Paris might still be free

spot_img

One of the suspects was seen driving a car registered in the name of Amedy Coulibaly’s wife, the jihadist who killed a police officer in Montrouge on Thursday and other four people in a shop in the French capital on Friday

PAris_teroristi 2

Six members of the terrorist cell which committed the attacks in Paris last week might still be at large, warned French police, quoted by Sky News.

French security forces are still looking for six members of the cell which organized and committed the attacks in Paris. One of the suspects was seen driving a car registered in the name of Amedy Coulibaly’s wife, the jihadist who killed a police officer in Montrouge on Thursday and other four people in a shop in the French capital on Friday.

According to official sources, the police are still searching the Paris region for a Mini Cooper registered in Hayat Boumeddiene’s name, wife of Amedy Coulibaly.

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls declared that Amedy Coulibaly had “with no doubt” an accomplice and that “the search will continue” to find the people who helped him.

Boumeddiene is also wanted by the authorities, but it is believed that she has been in Syria since before the attacks. According to Turkish authorities, she arrived in Turkey on the 2nd of January viaan airplane on the Madrid-Istanbul route, then went to Syria on the 8th of January.

17 people were killed last week in Paris, in a series of attacks committed by three French jihadists, who stated that they coordinated with and are part of Al-Qaeda or the Islamic State group. The three attackers were killed by security forces on Friday evening.