A man hunted in connection with a suspected terrorist shooting on the Champs-Élysées in Paris has reportedly handed himself in to police.
The Belga news agency said the man surrendered to Antwerp police.
A spokesperson for the French interior ministry, quoted by Europe 1 radio, earlier said the wanted man had been flagged to French police by Belgian security services.
His nationality was not known.
Prosecutors describe French national with a long history of violence and criminal offences but few obvious signs of radicalisation.
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