Returning to France, he led the "Gang de Roubaix", a group of mostly Algerian terrorists based in Roubaix, France on a spree of robbing banks, armoured cars and shops - before they were raided at their apartment after police discovered a bomb inside a Peugeot three blocks from the 1996 G7 meeting. Although Caze escaped the initial raid, he was shot trying to ram a police checkpoint the following day on motorway E17 near Kortrijk, Belgium.
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- "L'enfant du Nord mort en barbuConverti à l'islam, Christophe Caze a été tué après l'assaut de Roubaix". Libération. 1996-04-04. Retrieved 2012-02-09.
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- Deliso, Christopher. "The Coming Balkan Caliphate", p. 11
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