Tuesday, June 3
(Brussels) -- A suspect in the deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum of Belgium is in custody in France. French police arrested Mehdi Nemmouche Sunday at the train station in Marseille in the south of France. They say the 29-year old Frenchman was carrying a bag with a revolver, a Kalashnikov assault rifle, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and clothing matching that worn by the shooter recorded on the museum's security video. French authorities say Nemmouche is a radicalized Islamist who spent a year in Syria recently. Nemmouche is accused of killing at least three people at the museum in Brussels on May 24th.