This suspect was injured by gunfire Monday night, on a parking lot of the Haÿ-les-Roses in the Val-de-Marne. He would then have replied, mortally touching his attacker.

The man who escaped an assassination attempt on Monday night and is suspected of killing his attacker at the Haÿ-les-Roses in the Val-de-Marne, was indicted Friday, according to sources court.

This suspect is put under investigation by an investigating judge for "murder, possession, carrying and transporting of category B weapons" and "modification of a crime scene", within the framework of a judicial investigation also opened for "attempted assassination in organized gang" and "criminal conspiracy to commit a crime," said this source. He was placed under judicial control. The facts had occurred shortly before 19:30 on a parking lot, said a police source.

A suspect known for narcotics cases

According to preliminary evidence, the man had arrived by car and was injured by gunfire. He would have responded, fatally touching his attacker, said a source close to the file. The modus operandi and the profile of the man, known to the police for narcotics cases, had led the JIRS (inter-regional specialized jurisdiction) of Paris to seize the investigation. Two weapons were found on the spot, according to the police source.