At the specific request of the CIA, Swiss police officers were on high alert in Geneva earlier today as reports indicated 4 ISIS sympathizers with links to the recents terrorist attacks in Paris were present at Geneva Airport.
However, the search did not result in the apprehension of the alleged terrorists which means the suspected crew remains at large.
An anonymous official also confirmed the suspects were four men shown in a photograph linked to a news report in the Swiss daily Le Matin. They were pictured each in a crouched pose and holding up an index finger.
In related news, the head of a Serbian arms factory says one of the guns linked to Islamic militants in the Paris attacks was exported to the United States in 2013.
Milojko Brzakovic, owner of the Zastava arms factory, told local reporters Thursday that the M92 semi-automatic pistol was traced after its serial number matched the one delivered to an American arms dealer in May 2013.
At least seven of the weapons used or discovered after the Nov. 13 attacks that killed 130 people, have been identified as produced by the Serbian factory, most of them manufactured before Yugoslavia broke up in a civil war in the 1990s.