At least two people were wounded in a knife attack Friday near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, police said Friday. A suspect has been arrested, Report says, citing TASS.
A Paris police official said that while authorities initially thought there were two attackers, they now believe it was only one person, detained near the Bastille plaza in eastern Paris a city police official said. The official said police are still searching the area while they question the arrested suspect.
Police initially announced that four people were wounded in the attack, but the official told The Associated Press that only two confirmed injured.
The police did not release the attacker's identities or the wounded, who are in "absolutely urgent" condition, the official said. The official was not authorized to be publicly named.