Update, 12:28 p.m. EDT: The man killed on Monday morning has been identified as 30-year-old Jonathan Sandler, a teacher at the school and a native of Jerusalem. His 3- and 6-year-old sons were also killed, as well as a 10-year-old girl, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Update, 11:55 a.m. EDT: French police have confirmed the same gun was used to shoot the French paratroopers as was used in Monday's school shooting, the Associated Press just reported.
Original: A shooting at a Jewish school in Toulouse, Southern France, has put the region into a "mood of panic" as the evidence mounts that it was related to two nearby shootings of soldiers last week. A man who reportedly opened fire on students and adults in the school, killing a father and his two children plus another child, before fleeing on a motor scooter, used the same method as the assassin who killed three French paratroopers and injured a fourth in two separate incidents. The man used a .45 caliber pistol, the same as the one that killed the soldiers, after the 9-mm weapon he started with jammed, the BBC reported. He fled the scene on a black motor scooter, just like the gunman in last week's attacks.