Paris Terror Attacks Suspect Wounded, Captured Alive in Raid

French Police Arrest 4 for Suspected Paris Terror Plot; Belgian Police Hunt for 2 After Raid


Video surfaced of the moment authorities took Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam into custody following a raid in Brussels.

26-year-old Abdeslam was shot in the leg and arrested during a major police operation in the neighborhood of Molenbeek, deputy mayor Ahmed El Khannouss said.

The arrest marks a dramatic turn in the investigation that has vexed European officials for months.

Abdeslam fled Paris after the Nov. 13 gun and bomb attacks that killed 130 people at a theatre, the national stadium and cafes.

He was the only one of 10 men believed to have participated in the Paris attacks who remained at large. The rest died in the attacks or soon afterward.

There are few details about Friday's raid. Francois Schepmans, the mayor of Molenbeek, said two people were injured.

French president Francois Hollande told reporters in Brussels he would not give details on the "operation that is under way."

Watch the dramatic video above.


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