The two suspects of the Charlie Hebdo magazine office shootings in Paris who had been identified by the police were on the run for the last two days. Finally they took shelter at a warehouse in Dammartin-en-Goele holding one male hostage . The warehouse is located about 20 miles northeast of Paris. They were surrounded from all corners by security forces. Helicopters and hundreds of security forces were deployed in the operation. Local residents were instructed to stay at home or at any safe place while children in schools were kept in lockdown . About 900 people are reported to be trapped in a nearby high school. The final drama started soon; there was sustained gunfire and the two suspects were killed. The hostage was, however, freed unhurt.