Less than 24 hours after the Charlie Hebdo shootings, two police officers have been injured in a shoot-out in southern Paris, one seriously, according to local reports.
According to a Sky news report, a man wearing a bullet-proof vest fired on police officers with an automatic rifle, seriously injuring one of them, a police source said.
iTele said two officers were seen lying on the ground after the attack.
It is not believed to be related to the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine in which 12 people were killed.
The attack occurred in Montrouge Hauts-de-Seine.
The officers had been called to the scene of a traffic accident that occurred around 7:15 am involving a grey Clio, according to France Info, when they were fired at.
Le Parisien reported that one of the shooters fled on foot towards the Metro station Châtillon-Montrouge.
The other is reported to have fled by car.
AFP reported that one of the suspects has since been detained.