Surveillance released yesterday shows the Charlie Hebdo terrorists holding up a gas station with a grenade launcher after slaughtering 12 people at the magazine’s office.
Al Qaeda-linked brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi appear to be skulking around the gas station and snack shop, filling a black plastic bag with food, water and other items last Thursday while they were on the run from police a day after the newspaper attack, The Daily Mail reported.
Cherif Kouachi is shown with an RPG slung over his shoulder, reaching into a cooler to grab some drinks.
The photos were obtained by the French investigative website Mediapart, and also show the killers, who were not wearing masks, approaching the counter at the gas station.
The gas station attendant called the cops who swarmed the area. The brothers managed to escape and take a hostage before arriving a paper plant where they were subsequently killed by French authorities.