French police have issued a photograph of the third man involved in the attacks at the Stade de France - admitting they do not know who he is.
The National Police published the image of the man, who blew himself up at France's national stadium along with two other attackers on 13 November, on Twitter.
A tweet from the Police Nationale account said: "The #PJ seeks to identify the 3rd author of one of the attacks of the 13/11 #StadeDeFrance #ParisAttacks"
The first funeral has taken place of a victim of the attacks which left 130 people dead.
The funeral of Proisy Sebastien, 38, who was killed on the terrace of a restaurant in the Bichat area of the city, was held in Hasnon on Saturday, according to La Voix du Nord newspaper.
Police have extended a ban on demonstrations across the Ile-de-France area until 30 November because of the fear of further attacks.
The landlord of the Saint Denis flat where Paris attacks ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud died during a police raid remains in custody.
Bendaoud Jawad was detained on Wednesday but the state of emergency means he can be held until Tuesday.
Abaaoud's cousin Hasna Ait Boulahcen, 26, also died during the raid when a third person - who remains unidentified - blew themselves up.
French police are continuing to hunt for Salah Abdeslam in case he has returned to France after initially fleeing to Belgium in the hours after the atrocity.
At least eight attackers targeted a series of restaurants and France's national stadium during an international match against Germany before three of them took scores of people hostage and then blew themselves up at the Bataclan theatre.
Omar Ismail Mostefai, Samy Amimour and one other attacked the Bataclan. Bilal Hadfi and two others attacked the Stade de France, and Brahim Abdeslam and Salah Abdeslam are suspected of attacking restaurants in the 10th and 11th arrondisements of the French capital.
David Cameron is visiting Paris where he is meeting French President Francois Hollande for talks at the Elysee Palace.