The men still at large in connection with yesterday's Charlie Hebdo mass-shooting reportedly robbed a gas station outside of Paris.
BBC News reports that two men armed with rocket-propelled grenade launchers and Kalashnikovs rushed the gas station. According to the manager, they matched the descriptions of brothers Cherif and Said Kouchai. A witness told French magazine Le Pointe that the assailants stole food and gasoline before fleeing.
Hamyd Mourad, the youngest suspect, turned himself in earlier this morning. The New York Times adds that French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said that seven people had been arrested overnight, but wouldn't disclose whether or not they were linked to Cherif and Said Kouchai.