French police have zeroed in on the area where the two remaining gunmen who killed 12 in yesterday in a brutal attack on satirical paper Charlie Hebdo are hiding. Unfortunately, the gunmen are believed to be in a dense 32,000 acre forest in north France. Locals warn the gunmen, brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, could hide for weeks.
Their car was found abandoned in the area, with a Molotov cocktail and a Jihadist flag inside. The brothers continued their escape on foot, and are believed to still be armed. One local restaurant was evacuated during its busiest hours due to fear that the Kouachi brothers may be nearby.