said descriptions of the car-jacker matched that of the gunman.
Shotgun cartridges found after both attacks also match up.
There are unconfirmed reports that the lone suspect could be carrying grenades.
have released CCTV of the wanted gunman, dressed in a black sleeveless top and carrying a large dark sack.
victim, a 27-year-old, who has not been named, was on his
first day at work in the headquarters of Liberation
was shot in the chest and stomach.
A police spokesman said the Liberation photographer, an assistant who was due to be working on a magazine shoot Monday, was in a 'critical condition' and 'hovering between life and death.
prosecutor is treating the shooting incidents as a terrorist case, a spokeswoman said.
have now been stationed outside all the main media offices in Paris
said that CCTV images of the shooter suggested he
was the same man who had stormed into the headquarters of BFMTV on Friday.
have claimed that kidnapped tourist Chang An Wei was not the sole target of her
abductors because of her
links to Taiwan's First Lady.
Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Hamza Taib said yesterday that news reports making such implications were not true, adding that they are working with Taiwanese police and keeping each other updated on the case.