The two men, aged 29 and 31, "are suspected of in some way being involved in the delivery of weapons" to carry out France's worst terror attacks on November 13 that year.
They used automatic weapons including AK-47 assault rifles and explosives in the attacks.
The Dutch authorities, working together with their French and Belgian counterparts tracked down the two men. In all, police are looking for some 15 suspects in the case.
Police raided the suspect's homes, confiscating computers, documents, data carriers and mobile phones.
The 29-year-old suspect briefly appeared before a judge on Friday in connection with the case and was remanded in custody for two weeks under maximum security conditions.
Prosecutors however said "the second suspect's health does not allow him to be detained." "Because there was no other option, the man had to be released while the result of the investigation is awaited.
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