Pizza Boxes, Syringes Found Inside Paris Hotel Room Where Suspected Terrorist Stayed
French police have raided two hotel rooms where two terrorist teams may have holed up before Friday's devastating attack, according to reports.
Cops found syringes and abandoned pizza boxes inside rooms booked in the name of Salah Abdeslam, the country's most wanted man, according to Le Point.
The rooms were used for two days before the series of terrorist attacks in Paris. Abdeslam, who is wanted in connection with the attacks that killed more than 120, used an online booking firm to reserve the rooms, according to LePoint.
The syringes and the plastic tubing could have been used in the making of explosive devices, authorities said. The hotel is located in a suburb outside Paris.