PARIS (AP) -- The Paris prosecutor's office says a 29-year-old man detained for questioning about the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris has been freed without charges.
The man, arrested Tuesday morning at his home in Villiers-Sur-Marne, was freed Friday. Under French law, he could have been held for questioning for up to six days before being charged or freed.
Two people have been placed under investigation in France and more than a half-dozen in Belgium in connection with the attacks, which killed 130 people.
The coordinated attacks targeted the Bataclan music hall, restaurants and cafes and the national stadium, and left hundreds wounded in addition to the dead.