Police have cornered the two suspects wanted in the deadly attack on the offices of a satirical newspaper inside a printing house northeast of Paris, where they have taken a hostage, according to French police. Cherif Kouachi, 32, and his brother Said Kouachi, 34, are heavily armed in the small industrial town of Dammartin-en Goele, near the Charles de Gaulle Airport. Hundreds of police have stormed the area in a special operation to seize the brothers, who are suspected of killing 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo offices two days ago. Shots were reportedly fired Friday morning during a police chase with a car the suspects allegedly stole. Nine people have been detained during the search for the suspects. The airport has also closed two runways to arrivals due to the standoff.