French police identify FIFTH suspect in Paris attacks over claims fanatic was driven to Kosher supermarket by an accomplice

French security services have allegedly identified another suspected accomplice of Amedy Coulibaly, who kidnapped and killed four people in Kosher deli in Paris on Friday.

According to the French newspaper Le Parisien, police sources have said they’re investigating a man from a Paris suburb, who may have driven Coulibaly to the supermarket.

The Paris Police Department has refused to comment further on the contents of their report, claims CNN.

Coulibaly killed the son of a chief Rabbi, a teacher, a pensioner and a shop worker saving for his marriage at the Hyper Cacher in Vincennes.

Police are still searching for Coulibaly’s partner, Hayat Boumeddiene, who fled to Syria before a wave of terror attacks in Paris – in which 17 innocent people died.

A police source said she flew to Turkey via Madrid on January 2 – despite alleged sightings of her in Paris on Thursday.