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Reports: Suspected Charlie Hebdo gunmen spotted at Northern France gas station

A gas station manager saw two men wearing dark masks and carrying weapons at his station in Villers-Cotteret, in France's northern Ainse region, about halfway between Paris and Reims, AFP reports. The manager "recognized the two men suspected of having participated in the attack against Charlie Hebdo," sources tell the French news service.

Other French media outlets report that the two men had automatic rifles and rocket launchers in their car, and are now back on the road again, believed to be driving west of Paris, BBC News reports.