BRUSSELS, Belgium (KTVU) - Belgian authorities announced this morning, that someone has been arrested in connection to Tuesday's attack in Brussels.
However, investigators added that several other people possibly linked to the attack remain at large.
Authorities held a news conference Wednesday, which clarified news reports that spread across the globe overnight.
Belgian news media initially announced that authorities arrested the third suspect in a surveillance photo taken at the Brussels airport, just before the attack.
The photograph showed 3 men, two of whom were believed to be brothers, and the third suspect, a man wearing a hat and white coat, in an apparent attempt to conceal his identity.
Authorities Wednesday announced that the man seen on the right in the photograph is at large, and has not been identified.
News outlets had reported he was Najim Laacharoui, an accomplice with terror suspect, Salah Abdeslam, in the Paris terror attack last November.
It's believed that Laachraoui constructed the bombs used in the Paris attack.
Authorities identified the middle man in the airport photograph, as Brahim El-Bakraoul.
He was believed to have blown himself up.
Investigators think his brother blew himself up at the metro station bombing.
The person seen on the left of the airport photograph has not been identified, but he too, was believed to have killed himself.
Investigators say they each wore a single black glove, to possibly hide a detonation device.
One of the El-Bakraold Brothers had rented an apartment, which was raided by police last week in an operation that led authorities to Salah Abdeslam, the man believed to have planned the Paris attack.
A Belgian news service reports the brothers were known to police for past crimes, but none related to terrorism.