Salah Abdeslam, a suspect in last year’s deadly terror attack in Paris, was captured on Friday in Brussels, Belgium, according to multiple reports.

Officials said the 26-year-old was injured in the shootout in the Molenbeek area of Brussels but the injuries are not life-threatening. He is believed to be one of the masterminds behind the attack that killed 130 people, and was the only suspect alive and still on the loose.

A Belgian politician tweeted out confirmation that Abdeslam was captured.

“We got him,” Theo Francken said.

The deputy mayor of Brussels said Abdeslam was shot in the leg.

On Tuesday, authorities said they had found Abdeslam’s fingerprints during a raid on an apartment in Brussels, but prosecutors said they had no idea how old the prints were. Officials said they thought Abdeslam had been using that apartment as a hideout.

In the days immediately after the attack, authorities in both France and Belgium carried out more than 100 raids and suspected Abdeslam was in Molenbeek, which has a history of strong ties to terror plots.