A Syrian passport has been retrieved from one of the suicide bombers who blew himself up outside the Stade de France stadium in Paris last night, according to two French police officers.
The second of the suicide bombers is believed to have been as young as 15 years old.
Meanwhile, witnesses reported hearing at least two of the terrorists at the Bataclan Theatre speaking perfect French.
A Syrian passport has been found on the body of one of the suicide bombers who blew himself up outside the Stade de France stadium in Paris last night
Two suicide blasts and a bomb exploded outside the stadium last night, killing six people, as part of a series of coordinated attacks across the capital which left at least 127 dead
Two of the eight terrorists have now been identified: the man with the Syrian passport and a second who is believed by police to have been French.
According to French daily El Figaro, investigators have recordings of two of the terrorists at the Bataclan communicating in French.
However it has not yet been confirmed whether the Syrian passport was authentic, or was one of the many forged passports flooding into Europe with the refugee crisis.
All died during the attack, with seven killing themselves in suicide blasts and the last being shot by police.
Four of the attackers died at the Bataclan Theatre, three died at the Stade de France football stadium and the last on the Voltaire Boulevard.
A witness present at the Bataclan Theatre told Reuters that none of the other attackers were over 25, and all had brown hair.