Suspect in Deadly Brussels Jewish Museum Attack Arrested in France

(FILES) This handout videograb taken from security footage and released on May 28, 2014 by the Belgian Federal Police on demand of Brussels' king prosecutor shows the suspected gunman who opened fire at the Jewish museum in Brussels on May 24, 2014 killing three people, including an Israeli couple in their 50s who reportedly had ties to an Israeli government agency. A Frenchman with suspected ties to Islamic radicals in Syria has been arrested over last week's fatal shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, investigation sources told AFP on June 1, 2014. AFP PHOTO/BELGA/BELGIAN FEDERAL POLICE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/BELGA/BELGIAN FEDERAL POLICE/HANDOUT"- NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS -BELGIUM OUT-HO/AFP/Getty ImagesHO / AFP - Getty Images

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/ Source: Associated Press

The Paris prosecutor's office says a man has been arrested in the investigation of a shooting at a Jewish museum in Brussels that left at least three people dead.

An official with the prosecutor's office says the suspect has been handed to anti-terrorist investigators. She says the man was arrested Friday during a customs inspection at a train and bus station in Marseille.

The man was found to have an automatic weapon of the same type used in the Brussels shootings May 24. The official said ballistics analyses are under way to determine if it is the same weapon.

She was not authorized to be publicly named speaking of ongoing investigations.

- The Associated Press