Police arrest dealer thought to have supplied guns to Paris supermarket killer

A suspected arms dealer believe to have supplied weapons to Amedy Coulibaly, who attacked a Paris supermarket last January, has been arrested in Spain. Frenchman Antoine Denive was arrested on Tuesday in a joint operation with French police in a town close to Malaga, Spain’s interior ministry said. The 27-year-old is being questioned over his links to Islamist militant Amedy Coulibaly, who killed four Jews and a policewoman at a kosher supermarket before being shot dead  by police. Coulibaly attacked the store a few days after two other gunmen shot 12 people at and near the offices of the Charlie Hebdo newspaper in Paris. Denive is suspected of fleeing to France several weeks after the attack and made a base for himself in Malaga, where it’s thought he continued his illegal arms dealing using false documents. Denive has reportedly denied selling weapons to Coulibaly but said he was willing  to be extradited to France.