Also known as the Latin Quarter, the 5th arrondissement is home to the Sorbonne university and student-filled cafes. It's also known for its bookshops, including the famed Shakespeare & Company. Family-friendly attractions include the Jardin des Plantes botanical gardens and the National Museum of Natural History. The stately Panthéon building holds the remains of notables like Voltaire and Marie Curie. ― Google
The 58-year-old is on the run.Xavier Dupont de Ligonnes suspected of the murder of his Wife and four children
In a statement to the police in Scotland, said: "On Friday, 11. October 2019, A Man was arrested at Glasgow airport following information to the police.
"It was issued in police custody in connection with a European arrest warrant from French authorities.
"investigations were carried out to confirm The Man 's identity.
"The Man has now been published. "'Nantes battles"
Mr Dupont de Ligonnes suspected of the murder of his Wife Agnes, 48, and his children, Arthur, 21, Thomas, 18, Anne, 16, and Benoît, 13, whose body, as well as those, The Family has two dogs that were discovered buried in The Garden of The Family home in Nantes, in the year 2011.
The killings, known as the "Nantes battles," deeply shocked France.
the French prosecutors had earlier said he killed his victims in a "methodical execution", fired two bullets from a silenced weapon at Close Range in the head, before he rolled it in lime, and buried them under cement.
Mr Dupont de Ligonnes allegedly told his teenage children, a private Catholic High School , he had been transferred to a job in Australia.
And he said, allegedly, also, friends, he was a U.S. secret service agent taken was in a Witness Protection program.
A major police operation was mounted in the Var region in the South of France discovered in January of last year, according to witnesses, A Man in a monastery resembled him in the vicinity.