French police on Tuesday arrested six men suspected of being accomplices of Islamist terrorist Mohammed Merah.
Four of the suspects were arrested in Toulouse, where last March the 23-year-old radical shot and killed a rabbi and three Jewish children outside their school, just days after killing three French soldiers.
The other two suspects were apprehended in Paris.
Most of the people arrested were related by marriage to Merah, and police hoped they could help shed light on where the killer received the money to purchase his firearms. Merah was shot dead after a standoff with French authorities. Following the shootout with police, troops found three revolvers and a shotgun, in addition to the submachine gun he used to kill the seven people.
In the months since the attacks, French authorities have arrested and released several people and questioned dozens in connection with the shootings.