A Syrian passport found near one of the Paris attackers may be fake, according to a US intelligence official.
According to CBS News, a US intelligence official said the travel document did not contain the proper numbers for a Syrian passport and the name didn't match the photograph.
The name and photograph in the passport weren't known to intelligence officials, the source also said.
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