An armed man in Paris claiming to have explosives, has reportedly taken at least 3 people hostage.
The gunman is reportedly holding the people hostage inside an office.
Police have not confirmed that the hostage-taker is armed. The French Special Forces have been photographed arriving at the scene. The attacker, who appeared to be brandishing a fake weapon, had doused his remaining two hostages in petrol, the source said.
The police said there was no indication that the incident was terrorism-related.
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Anti-terrorist police are surrounding the Mixicom computer store in the French capital's 10th arrondissement, close to the Gare du Nord Eurostar hub. Officials declined to provide more details.
Police officers of the BRI intervention squad prepare a shield on June 12, 2018 near the site of an ongoing hostage taking in central Paris.
Police also did not confirm reports that one of the hostages was injured.
Negotiations with the suspect were taking place, according to an Interior Ministry official who couldn't be identified because the operation was in progress.