Paris, Jan 13: A French police commissioner reportedly shot himself in his office in Limoges last week in the wake of the deadly terror attack at the Paris office of French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo. Twelve persons, including the editor, were killed in the attack while four were injured. [Charlie Hebdo does it again, puts Prophet Mohammad's cartoon on cover of next issue]
The police officer, named Helric Fredou, was reportedly fighting depression and was found dead by one of his colleague at 1 am on January 9, two days after the attack took place. The man was single with no children.
Fredou reportedly met a family member of one of the victims of the massacre before taking his own life.