#ParisAttacks: 3rd body found at scene of Saint-Denis raid

All three people died during a sweep on an apartment in the suburb where Abdelhamid Abaaoud was killed.

A shooting broke out in northern Paris, in Saint-Denis, early on 18 November 2015 during a dawn raid by police hunting those behind the attacks that claimed 129 lives in the French capital five days ago, sources said. AFP/Thomas Samson.

PARIS - French prosecutors have confirmed a third body has been found at the scene of yesterday's massive seven-hour raid in the suburb of Saint-Denis.

They've confirmed all three people died during the sweep on an apartment in the northern suburb where Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged ringleader of the Paris attacks, was killed.

The third dead person is said to be a woman who was yet to be identified.

WATCH: Raids in Sant-Denis.

The Paris prosecutor has confirmed three people died during yesterday's lengthy police raid in St. Denis, which targeted the alleged mastermind of the attacks.

The discovery of the woman's body comes a day after prosecutors confirmed the death of Abaaoud.

Another woman, identified as Abaaoud's cousin, blew herself up during the raids.

At least one attacker remains at large.

Salah Abdeslam was questioned by police during a road block on his way to Brussels at the weekend, but was waved off because his name was not on a wanted list at the time.

An international warrant of arrest has since been issued.