VIDEO: New Evidences of Berlin Attack Suspect, 2 Arrested for Another Attack

Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:30:30

The main suspect behind the Berlin Christmas market truck attack was reportedly filmed eight hours after the deadly incident, at a mosque apparently frequently used by extremists, Germany’s DPA news agency reports.

Alalam - Germany

Local broadcaster rbb late on Thursday night published CCTV images of 24-year-old Tunisian Anis Amri in front of the building in the Moabit area, four kilometres from the scene of the attack in central Berlin.

The mosque is also just hundreds of metres away from the spot where the truck set off on Monday evening, before ploughing through the crowds at the market on Breitscheidplatz, killing 12 and injuring dozens.

The report came hours before police in the western city of Duisburg said they had arrested two Kosovo-born brothers aged 28 and 31 on suspicion of planning an attack on the Centro shopping centre in neighbouring Oberhausen.

There was no immediate indication the arrests were linked to the Berlin attack.

According to police, a tip-off from a security source led authorities to beef up their presence in the shopping centre and the neighbouring Christmas market.

Earlier, police had spoken of an armed operation at the shopping centre lasting several hours, but gave no details on the exact nature of the deployment.

Citing telephone transcripts from security services, rbb said the mosque was run by Salafists who referred to themselves as "the mosque of ISIS people in Berlin," .

Security sources told dpa the building was one of several raided across the country by police on Thursday.
ISIS claimed Monday's attack earlier in the week, and, according to the New York Times, Amri had been in contact with the group at least once.

Investigators are working on the assumption that the Tunisian, who had previously been under surveillance by German security agencies, is still hiding in the capital, according to Tagesspiegel.

A witness said he saw Anis Amri after the attack with a significant facial wound that would have required treatment.
Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said on Thursday eveing there was little doubt that Amri was the driver of the truck.

His fingerprints were found in the cab, and according to rbb, he left his mobile phone as well as his wallet and ID papers behind.

Germany's police offering up to 100,000 euros for any information that would lead to the arrest of Anis Amri, the Berlin Attack suspect.

Daily Mail

Meanwhile A short video clip has surfaced showing Berlin attack suspect Anis Amri in Capital.

Friends of Amri in Tunisia confirmed to The Associated Press that the man in the video was Berlin attack suspects who is at large.

The "selfie" clip is thought to have been filmed in the German capital. Amri is the main suspect in Monday's Christmas market rampage that left 12 dead.



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