The Christmas market in Strasbourg which came under attack from a gunman has reopened after the suspect was shot dead by police.
It came as a fourth person died from their injuries on Friday.
Some 12 others were injured in the attack on Tuesday, including four critically.
Two days later, French authorities cornered 29-year-old Chérif Chekatt in a warehouse in Strasbourg where he was killed during a shootout.
French and German authorities had engaged in a massive search to find him after he initially escaped.
The suspect, whose identity is yet to be confirmed, was found in the Neudorf neighborhood of the city armed with a knife and pistol, officials said.
More than 700 officers were deployed to find Chekatt, who possessed a long criminal record and had been flagged for extremism.
French authorities issued instructions for Chekatt to be caught "dead or alive".
The 29-year-old was said to have been wounded by a soldier when he carried out his attack on Tuesday.
He allegedly shouted "God is great" in Arabic and sprayed gunfire from a security zone near the popular Christmas market.
A terror investigation was opened soon after.
So far, five people have been arrested and remanded in custody in connection with the investigation, including Chekatt's parents and two of his brothers.