A fresh shooting and hostage drama erupted at a kosher supermarket Friday in eastern Paris. In the east of the French capital, a man already suspected of gunning down a policewoman on Thursday was thought to be behind a new attack on the kosher grocery store, with at least five hostages taken and at least one injured. French elite forces surrounded two brothers suspected of slaughtering 12 people in the Islamist massacre at Charlie Hebdo. Police sources said there was a "connection" between this gunman and the brothers accused of carrying out France's bloodiest massacre in half a century at the Charlie Hebdo offices. The witness told France Info radio that the man said: "'Leave, we don't kill civilians anyhow'." One 60-year-old choked back tears as she said how elite forces burst into the shop where her daughter works and ordered them to take cover. Prior to the standoff, the suspects had hijacked a Peugeot 206 nearby from a woman who said she recognised them as the brothers, , accused of killing 12 people in Wednesday's attack on Charlie Hebdo, which repeatedly lampooned the Prophet Mohammed.