UPDATE: The youngest of 3 suspects in the deadly Charlie Hebdo terror attacks in Paris was released by police after he surrendered to authorities today. Hamyd Mourad, 18, turned himself in to police after hearing his name connected with the terror attacks.
Mourad was released by police after class mates confirmed he was in class at the time of the attacks.
Masked gunmen stormed the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris today and opened fire, killing 12 employees and injuring 11 others.
2 suspects, brothers Saïd and Cherif Kouachi, ages 34 and 32, are still at large.
Police quickly identified the suspects after one of them conveniently left his ID behind in one of the stolen getaway cars.
A French official said the 3 French nationals are connected to a Yemen terror network. 3,000 police are involved in a massive manhunt for the men.
Cherif Kouachi was previously arrested and convicted for participating in a Jihadi terror cell that was dismantled in Paris. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
The attacks were blamed on a satirical cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad that ran on the cover of Charlie Hebdo magazine recently. The satirical cartoon shows the prophet kneeling in the sand as he is about to be decapitated by an ISIS militant.
After hesitating to call the attack an act of terrorism, President Barack Obama said the terrorists were "cowardly" and "evil." The president also said the attack shows "terrorists fear freedom."
Thousands of Paris citizens joined together in unity to protest the attacks on Charlie Hebdo. Many of them held up pens and pencils to symbolize freedom of the press.