Over 10 people were arrested on Thursday night in Paris in connection with last week's terror attacks, French media have reported.
Investigators say the suspects were not directly involved in the attacks but have been accused of assisting the terrorists "logistically" with guns and vehicles.
According to police sources, investigators arrested the suspects after DNA analysis and wiretapping, BFMTV reports.
Police have conducted a series of raids in Paris to find the car of Hayat Boumeddiene, Amedy Coulibaly's partner who was spotted in Turkey on January 2 before moving to Syria on Jan. 8.
Coulibaly, who had connections with the Kouachi brothers Said and Cherif – who murdered 12 people in their attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine – killed a municipal police officer and four other people in a separate hostage incident in a kosher supermarket in Porte de Vincennes.
He was later shot dead by police.
Meanwhile, a controversial French comedian, Dieudonne M'bala M'bala, was arrested on Wednesday. He will stand trial after writing a Facebook comment allegedly sympathizing with Coulibaly.