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French police issue appeal to identify Stade de France suicide bomber

French National Police tweeted this photo and said the man is the third suspect in the Stade de France attack on November 13.

French National Police tweeted this photo and said the man is the third suspect in the Stade de France attack on November 13.

French police released a photograph of the the third man involved in the attacks at the national stadium on Nov. 13.

The National Police on Sunday posted on Twitter a photo of the man who blew himself up at France’s national stadium in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denison Twitter, with two other attackers.

The attacks on the stadium, the Bataclan concert hall and two neighborhoods of cafes and small shops left 130 people dead and injured more than 350 others.

French police hope the photo leads to tips from the public that would help identify him.

The 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," Sky News reported.

It comes as the Belgian Prime Minister said the Metro and schools in Brussels will remain closed Monday over fears of an "attack like in Paris."

The horrific attacks involved at least eight attackers. Six blew themselves up. One was killed by police. Salah Abdeslam got away, despite being stopped by police on the Belgian border. He has eluded a massive manhunt in France and Belgian and remains at large.

Sky News reported 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.

Hadfi, 26, left for Syria early this year and in June posted a call for an attack on the west on Facebook, The New York Times reported Wednesday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.