A spokesman for the Belgium federal prosecutor's office says four people have been detained along with Paris attacks fugitive Salah Abdeslam, including three members of a family that sheltered him.

Spokesman Thierry Werts says Abdeslam and another suspect had minor injuries in the raid that led to their capture. Werts did not say how the three members of the family accused of sheltering Abdeslam knew him.

Prosecutor Eric Van der Sypt says the investigation is continuing day and night.

Van der Sypt says Abdeslam did not immediately surrender but things moved very fast. He says Abdeslam was not armed but did not immediately obey orders. He was shot in the leg.
Officials are taking to Twitter to mark the capture of Paris attacks fugitive Salah Abdeslam in Brussels.

Brett McGurk, the U.S. envoy to the anti-Islamic State coalition, tweeted, ``Congratulations to Belgium authorities on capture of ISIL terrorist Saleh Abdeslam. We will never forget his and all ISIL victims.''

In Belgium, migration state secretary Theo Francken tweeted, ``We have him.''