Dutch police have arrested two men in Amsterdam for their alleged involvement in the Islamic State attack on Paris, according to Reuters. The attack killed 130 people in November 2015.
The two men, ages 29 and 31, were arrested last Tuesday. Police suspect the men helped deliver weapons to the people who carried out the attack. Some of the attackers may have traveled to the Netherlands in 2015 to gather weapons, prosecutors said.
Police will hold the 29-year-old suspect in custody for at least two weeks. The other suspect left custody for health reasons.