Gunmen have stormed a store a near Paris with 10 people still inside, according to local media reports.
Three armed raiders reportedly targeted the Primark store in the Qwartz shopping centre in Villeneuve-la-Garenne, in the Hauts-de-Seine region, at around 6.30am.
Police say they believe it was an attempted armed robbery.
Officers said 10 members of staff were unaccounted for.
Le Figaro quotes a police source as saying that it is not believed to be a terrorist act at this stage.
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