Four people including a teenager were arrested on suspicion of plotting an “imminent” terror attack in Paris.

French media reports, the suspect was detained in the southern city of Montpellier, this morning after the attack found a bomb-making laboratory.

Anti-terrorism agents are reported to have explosives found and computer equipment suspected of being at home.

Among the materials are peroxide-based explosives, triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, which is known as the “Mother of Satan” and used in attacks in 2015 in Paris,

It is understood that the purported plot was a suicide attack on a tourist destination, “using belt-detection systems in an area packed with people to inflict maximum damage.

A police source in Montpellier confirmed that the Council Estate invasion of the city was “in full swing, and four people were arrested.”

Bulletproof glass walls

Prisons come just a few days later was announced the Eiffel Tower soon flanked by two eight-foot bulletproof glass walls, announced that officials in Paris, trying to deal with a potential terrorist attack in a historic place.

Agence France-Presse reported that the $ 21.2 million project is expected to be built by the end of this year, according to a statement issued by the municipality.

The walls are erected in the north and south towers, while the thin protective barrier fence was installed in a rough metal quickly replaced during the Euro 2016 football championship.

The terrorist threat remains high

Deputy Mayor of Paris Jean-Francois Martins said that “the terrorist threat remains high” in the French capital after years of deadly attacks in Europe.

He said that the Eiffel Tower, a popular destination and the most famous monuments of France, has special protection in place.