Magnotta's belongings found near Paris: report
French police say they have found items in a Paris-area hotel they believe belong to murder suspect Luka Rocco Magnotta, according to a report attributed to Agence-France Presse.
Officers reportedly tracked a cellphone they believe was used by Magnotta.
The police are also investigating claims by two people who believe they saw him in a Paris café.
A French state prosecutor’s office says the reported sighting came in northwest Paris.
Luka Rocco Magnotta, 29, is wanted in the slaying of Chinese national Jun Lin, 33, who was a student at Montreal's Concordia university.
Lin’s torso was found in suitcase in a Montreal alley last week, and other body parts, including a hand and foot, were mailed to the offices of political parties in Ottawa.
Interpol has put Magnotta on the equivalent of its most-wanted list.
An official in the Paris prosecutor’s office, speaking on condition of anonymity because of office policy, says police are looking into the alleged sightings but had no additional details.
Police believe Magnotta fled to France on May 26.