In Berlin continues the hunt for the terrorists who staged the massacre at the Christmas market. The police found 24-year-old native of Tunisia, who may be involved in the attack. Authorities report that he may be armed and be in contact with radical Islamist groups.
24-year-old Anis Amri wanted in connection with the attack, in which 12 people were killed and 48 were injured. The police offered a reward in the amount of 100 thousand euros (about $ 104000) for information on his whereabouts, and said that Amri is "under suspicion". "If you see this man that we're looking for, tell the police. Please do not expose yourself to danger because this man could be armed!" said in a notification.
The suspect was arrested in August with fake documents on their way to Italy, but the judge released him, the official said. The suspect arrived in Germany in 2015 and was known in connection with communication with radical Islamic groups, said the state Minister. German police conducts raids in North Rhine-Westphalia, says the security officer.
The identity documents Amri was discovered in the cab of the truck used in the attack on Monday, said a German security personnel. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere told reporters that the search is conducted across Europe, starting at midnight. Amri has been named as a suspect a day after the police released the other person. The first person, the asylum seeker was from Pakistan, he was arrested immediately after the attack, but was found not guilty in the attack.
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