A gunman who shot dead three
Jewish children and a rabbi on Monday and three soldiers last
week in southwest France could kill again, the prosecutor
handling the investigation said on Tuesday.
"We are up against an extremely determined individual, who
knows he's being hunted, who could strike again," Paris
Prosecutor Francois Molins told a news conference, saying the
victims had been shot at point-blank range.
"No leads have been ruled out at this point...None will be
neglected or abandoned until the author of these crimes is
arrested," he said.