Paris, Mar. 12 (ANI): Two teenage girls have been arrested and presented to an anti-terrorism judge suspected of plotting an attack against a Paris concert hall.
According to reports, the girls aged 17 and 15, were arrested on Wednesday by counter-terrorism agents as part of an investigation for criminal conspiracy in connection with a terrorist enterprise that had been opened a day before, the Paris prosecutors office confirmed Associated Press, reports the Guardian.
The prosecutors also said that both the girls are now facing preliminary charges of criminal association linked to terrorism.
Early investigations indicate that the girls’ project appears to have still been in the thinking stage as no weapon or explosives were found said prosecutors.
The prosecutors have requested that the youngest girl be placed in temporary custody and the other under judicial control.
The arrests come months after brutal attacks at Bataclan concert hall and other locations in Paris, which claimed 130 people and left several injured. (ANI)