Police place man hunt on a Tunisian after his ID was found in the Berlin Truck attack.
Anis Amri 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 75 kilograms and 24 years old a Tunisian is being sought for in connection with Monday’s Berlin Truck attack.
German authorities say the suspect may be violent and armed.
Berlin Truck attack: Police man hunt on suspect
A wanted notice issued Wednesday by the German federal prosecutor’s office said.
Police have offered a reward of about $104,000 for information about his whereabouts, and said Amri, who was born in Tunisia, is “under urgent suspicion.” Berlin Truck attack.
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The post – mortem examination suggests the Mr. Urban survived up until the attack and was shot dead when the truck came to a halt. No gun has been recovered.
Police say they are acting on hundreds of tips from public and are examining DNA traces from the cab of the truck.
Amri, asylum request was refused, and deportation was attempted, according to a German state minister.
Police have appealed to the public for any digital videos and photos they have of the attack or possible suspects.
Cnn.com has it that, the slain driver may have been involved in a struggle with the suspect inside the truck’s cabin before he was shot, Cruickshank said. This could be when the suspect’s identity papers were dropped, he suggested.
The truck, which was onwed by a Polish company, was hauling 25 tons of steel before it was steered into the crowd, according to it’s owner, Ariel Zurawski. He identified the slain driver as his cousin.
German President Joachim Gauck visited some of the injured survivals at the hospital in Berlin.
Berliners who came to leave flowers and candles at the makeshift shrines near Christmas market to CNN they would not allow the attack to change the way they led their lives.