Charlie Hebdo Police Commissioner Commits Suicide Over Paris Massacre
Paris: French Police Commissioner Helric Fredou shot himself last Wednesday night in his police office after Charlie Hebdo magazine massacre.
According to foreign news agency, a high profile French police officer Helric Fredou has shot him from his own official gun last Wednesday in the Central French city Limoges, following the attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine which killed 12 people.
The Union of Commissioners of the National Police has confirmed the suicide of Judicial police commissioner who has been investigating the Charlie Hebdo magazine attack and authorities asked him to submit report of tragic incident, the body of officer has been found by his colleague on Thursday at his office few hours later.
45-year-old high ranked police office had reportedly met with families of victims to process investigation report; he had been tasked by French authorities but attempted suicide before report completion, however, no reason has been stated by Union till now.
Earlier in this week three suspected attackers stormed over the Charlie Hebdo magazine and killed 12 people of staff including four cartoonists while shot other four dead after escaped, although police killed all three following vast manhunt.